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Is jarabe de trigo vegan?

Jarabe de trigo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jarabe de trigo?

Jarabe de trigo is a sweet, syrupy liquid made from wheat flour that is commonly used as a natural sweetener in Mexican cuisine. It has a mild, caramel-like flavor and a thick, sticky texture similar to honey or molasses. Jarabe de trigo is often used in desserts and baked goods, such as churros, empanadas, and conchas. It can also be used to sweeten drinks, such as horchata or agua fresca. Unlike refined white sugar, jarabe de trigo is a healthier alternative because it contains vitamins and minerals found naturally in wheat flour.

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