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Is persikat vegan?

Persikat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is persikat?

Persikat is a unique and exotic food ingredient that is native to the tropical regions of Southeast Asia. Also known as "peach blossom sugar," Persikat is derived from the sap of coconut palm flowers, which is harvested by hand and then boiled down into a thick syrup. This syrup has a distinct floral aroma and a sweet, caramel-like taste that can enhance the flavor profile of any dish. Persikat is commonly used in traditional Southeast Asian desserts, such as kueh and ondeh-ondeh, but it can also be used as a natural sweetener in drinks and baked goods. Its rich flavor and versatility make Persikat a must-try for any adventurous food lover looking to explore new and exciting ingredients.

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