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Is ruwe suiker vegan?

Ruwe suiker is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ruwe suiker?

Ruwe suiker, also known as raw sugar, is a minimally processed sweetener derived from sugarcane or sugar beet. Unlike refined white sugar which undergoes extensive processing and refining, ruwe suiker retains more of its natural molasses and minerals, resulting in a distinct caramel-like flavor and golden brown color. It can be used in baking, cooking, and beverages, and is often preferred by those seeking a more natural and unprocessed alternative to traditional sugar. Ruwe suiker is widely available in supermarkets and health food stores, and can be incorporated into a variety of recipes to add depth and complexity to the flavors.

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