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Is sciroppo di zucchero vegan?

Sciroppo di zucchero is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sciroppo di zucchero?

Sciroppo di zucchero is a sweet and versatile ingredient commonly used in desserts and drinks. This syrup is made by dissolving sugar in water and heating it until it reaches a thick, viscous consistency. It has a rich, amber color and a sweet flavor that can enhance the taste of any dish it's added to. Sciroppo di zucchero is a popular ingredient in Italian cuisine, used to sweeten everything from gelato to cocktails. It can also be used as a glaze for cakes and pastries, or as a sweetener for hot or cold beverages. Its natural sweetness and versatility make it a must-have ingredient for any kitchen.

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