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Is lakrisekstrakt vegan?

Lakrisekstrakt is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lakrisekstrakt?

Lakrisekstrakt is a unique food ingredient with a distinct flavor profile that is derived from the root of the liquorice plant. This extract is commonly used as a flavoring agent in many different foods, including candy, baked goods, and beverages. Its strong and sweet flavor is often described as a combination of anise and molasses, with a slightly bitter aftertaste. In addition to its flavor, lakrisekstrakt also has potential health benefits, such as its ability to soothe sore throats and alleviate digestive issues. Its versatility and unique taste make it a popular ingredient in many cultures around the world.

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