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Is rohrzuckermelasse vegan?

Rohrzuckermelasse is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is rohrzuckermelasse?

Rohrzuckermelasse is a rich and flavorful ingredient that is commonly used in baking and cooking. It is a thick, syrupy liquid that is produced from the juice of sugar cane. The juice is boiled down until it becomes thick and sticky, resulting in a deep brown, caramel-like flavor that is both sweet and slightly bitter. Rohrzuckermelasse is packed with minerals and vitamins, making it a healthier alternative to refined sugar. It is perfect for adding a touch of sweetness to baked goods, marinades, sauces, and even coffee. This versatile ingredient adds depth and complexity to any dish, making it a must-have in any pantry.

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