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Is kandissukker vegan?

Kandissukker is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kandissukker?

Kandissukker is a unique type of sugar that originates from Denmark. It is made by slowly crystallizing sugar syrup, which gives it a distinctive texture and flavor. The name "kandissukker" comes from the Danish word "kandis," which means sugar candy. This type of sugar has a slightly caramel-like taste and is often used in baking to add a subtle sweetness to cakes, cookies, and pastries. Kandissukker is also a popular ingredient in Scandinavian hot beverages like glĂžgg and tea. Its distinctive texture and flavor make it a popular choice among pastry chefs and home bakers who want to add a touch of Danish charm to their baked goods.

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