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Is molasse vegan?

Molasse is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is molasse?

Molasses is a viscous, dark syrup with a rich, bittersweet flavor that is often used as a sweetener in cooking and baking. It is a byproduct of the sugar-making process, produced by boiling down sugar cane or sugar beet juice until it thickens and darkens in color. Molasses is high in vitamins and minerals, including iron, calcium, and magnesium, making it a popular alternative to refined sugar. It is commonly used in recipes for gingerbread, baked beans, and barbecue sauce, and can add depth and complexity to marinades, glazes, and dressings. Molasses also has a long history of use in traditional medicine and folk remedies for its purported health benefits.

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