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Is ruwe rietsuiker vegan?

Ruwe rietsuiker is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ruwe rietsuiker?

Ruwe rietsuiker, also known as raw cane sugar, is an unrefined sugar that retains more of the natural nutrients found in sugarcane than its refined counterparts. It is produced by extracting juice from sugarcane and then boiling it until the water evaporates, leaving behind a golden-brown sugar with a slightly caramelized flavor. This natural sweetener contains minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and potassium that are stripped away during the refining process. Its coarse texture and rich taste make it a popular ingredient in baking and cooking, especially in recipes that call for a more natural and less processed alternative to refined sugar.

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