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Is magere cacao vegan?

Magere cacao is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is magere cacao?

Magere cacao, also known as Dutch-processed cocoa powder, is a low-fat cocoa powder that has been processed with an alkaline solution to neutralize its natural acidity. This process gives it a milder, smoother flavor and a darker color compared to regular cocoa powder. Magere cacao is commonly used in baking to add chocolate flavor to cakes, cookies, and other desserts without adding extra fat. It also contains flavonoids, which are antioxidants that may have health benefits such as reducing inflammation and improving blood flow. Magere cacao is a versatile ingredient that can add richness and depth to any dish that calls for chocolate flavor.

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