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Is kandiszucker vegan?

Kandiszucker is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kandiszucker?

Kandiszucker, also known as rock sugar, is a natural sweetener that is commonly used in traditional German cuisine. It is made by crystallizing sugar in a solution until it forms large, chunky crystals with a golden-brown color. The crystals are then harvested and used to add sweetness and flavor to a variety of dishes, from tea and coffee to baked goods and desserts. Kandiszucker has a distinct taste and texture that is less sweet and more complex than regular sugar, with notes of caramel and molasses. It is also believed to have some health benefits, such as soothing sore throats and aiding digestion.

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