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Is gefermenteerde suiker vegan?

Gefermenteerde suiker is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gefermenteerde suiker?

Gefermenteerde suiker is a natural ingredient that is produced by fermenting sugar with specific strains of bacteria and yeast. This fermentation process breaks down the sugar into simpler compounds, resulting in a sweet and tangy flavor that is similar to molasses or caramel. Gefermenteerde suiker is often used as a natural sweetener in a variety of dishes, such as sauces, marinades, dressings, and baked goods. In addition to its delicious taste, gefermenteerde suiker is also rich in probiotics and other beneficial microorganisms, which can help to improve digestive health and boost the immune system.

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