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Is maltosesirup vegan?

Maltosesirup is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is maltosesirup?

Maltose syrup is a sweetener made from malted grains, such as rice, wheat, or barley. It's a clear and thick syrup that has a mild sweetness with a slightly malty flavor. Maltose syrup is often used in baking, as it helps to create a soft texture and enhances the flavor of baked goods. It's also commonly used in the production of candies, cereals, and beverages. Maltose syrup is a popular ingredient in Asian cuisine, especially in China, where it's used in traditional dishes like mooncakes and sticky rice cakes. Due to its high carbohydrate content, maltose syrup is a quick source of energy.

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