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Is jarabe de maíz de vegan?

Jarabe de maíz de is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jarabe de maíz de?

Jarabe de maíz, also known as corn syrup, is a sweetener derived from corn starch. It is a common ingredient in many processed foods and beverages, including soft drinks, candy, and baked goods. Jarabe de maíz is made by breaking down the corn starch into glucose, which creates a thick, syrupy liquid. It is often used in recipes as a replacement for granulated sugar, as it is less expensive and can improve the texture of baked goods. However, it has also been criticized for its high levels of fructose and contribution to the rise of obesity and other health problems.

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