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Is porcukor vegan?

Porcukor is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is porcukor?

Porcukor is a traditional Hungarian ingredient commonly known as powdered sugar or confectioner's sugar. Its fine, powdery texture makes it perfect for dusting over baked goods to add a touch of sweetness and a decorative finish. Porcukor is made by finely grinding granulated sugar into a soft, fluffy powder and adding a small amount of cornstarch to prevent clumping. It dissolves quickly in liquids and blends easily with other ingredients, making it a versatile sweetener that can be used in a variety of culinary applications. Whether you're making cakes, cookies, or pastries, porcukor is an essential ingredient that adds sweetness and enhances the overall flavor and texture of your baked creations.

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