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Is icing-sugar vegan?

Icing-sugar is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is icing-sugar?

Icing sugar, also known as powdered sugar or confectioners' sugar, is a finely ground sugar that is commonly used in baking and dessert recipes. It has a soft, powdery texture and is made by grinding granulated sugar into a fine powder and then adding a small amount of cornstarch to prevent clumping. Icing sugar is perfect for making frostings, glazes, and decorations for cakes and cookies, as it dissolves quickly and smoothly when mixed with liquids. It also adds a delicate sweetness to baked goods without altering their texture. Whether you're a professional baker or a home cook, icing sugar is a versatile and essential ingredient in your kitchen.

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