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Is karamellisoitua sokeria vegan?

Karamellisoitua sokeria is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is karamellisoitua sokeria?

Karamellisoitua sokeria, also known as caramelized sugar, is a versatile ingredient with a deep, nutty flavor and a rich, amber color. This sweet and savory ingredient is created by heating granulated sugar until it melts, turns golden brown, and develops a distinct caramel flavor. Used in both sweet and savory dishes, karamellisoitua sokeria is often added to sauces, glazes, and desserts to enhance their taste and appearance. With its unique flavor profile and versatile application, karamellisoitua sokeria is a must-have ingredient for any culinary enthusiast looking to elevate their cooking game.

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