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Is karamelsuikerstroop vegan?

Karamelsuikerstroop is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is karamelsuikerstroop?

Karamelsuikerstroop is a Dutch food ingredient that translates to caramel sugar syrup. It is a sweet, viscous liquid made from a combination of sugar, water, and heat. This dark brown syrup has a rich, deep flavor that is both sweet and slightly bitter. Karamelsuikerstroop is commonly used in Dutch cuisine to add a depth of flavor to dishes such as stews, sauces, and desserts. Its sticky consistency makes it ideal for creating caramelized coatings on meats and vegetables. This versatile ingredient can also be used as a topping for pancakes or waffles, or drizzled over ice cream for an indulgent treat.

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