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Is fat-reduced cocoa powder vegan?

Fat-reduced cocoa powder is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fat-reduced cocoa powder?

Fat-reduced cocoa powder is a common ingredient used in the production of a wide range of foods, including baked goods, desserts, and beverages. It is made by removing most of the cocoa butter from chocolate liquor, resulting in a dry, powdery substance that is high in cocoa solids but low in fat. This makes it a healthier alternative to regular cocoa powder, which contains higher amounts of fat. Fat-reduced cocoa powder is also known for its intense chocolate flavor and dark color, which make it a popular ingredient in recipes that require a rich chocolate taste without the added fat.

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