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Is poedersuiker vegan?

Poedersuiker is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poedersuiker?

Poedersuiker, also known as powdered sugar or confectioners' sugar, is a finely ground sugar that has been processed into a smooth, silky powder. This type of sugar is commonly used in baking and confectionery to create a delicate, sweet flavor and a light, airy texture. Poedersuiker is made by grinding regular granulated sugar into a fine powder and then mixing it with a small amount of cornstarch to prevent clumping. This versatile ingredient can be used to dust pastries, sweeten frosting, or add a touch of sweetness to beverages. With its fine texture and delicate flavor, poedersuiker is a must-have ingredient in any baker's pantry.

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