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Is maltosestroop vegan?

Maltosestroop is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is maltosestroop?

Maltosestroop, also known as maltose syrup, is a sweet, sticky liquid that is derived from malted grains, such as rice, wheat, or barley. It is made by breaking down the starch in these grains into simple sugars through a process called hydrolysis. Maltosestroop has a high level of maltose, which makes it less sweet than other syrups, such as corn syrup or honey. It is often used in baking and confectionery to add texture, sweetness, and moisture to recipes. Maltosestroop is also a popular ingredient in brewing, where it is used to feed yeast and produce alcohol.

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