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Is florsocker vegan?

Florsocker is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is florsocker?

Florsocker is a finely ground sugar that is commonly used in Swedish and Scandinavian cuisine. It is made from granulated sugar that has been ground into a fine powder, resulting in a product that is perfect for creating delicate pastries, desserts, and confections. Florsocker has a very fine texture, which allows it to dissolve quickly, making it ideal for adding a touch of sweetness to drinks and baked goods. Its powdery consistency also makes it perfect for dusting over cakes, cookies, and other desserts, giving them a beautiful and elegant finish. With its versatility and delicate sweetness, florsocker is an essential ingredient in any baker's pantry.

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