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Is šećer vegan?

Šećer is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is šećer?

Šećer is a versatile food ingredient that is used in a variety of culinary applications, from sweetening coffee to baking cakes. Also known as sugar, it is a carbohydrate that is found in many fruits and vegetables but is typically extracted from sugarcane or sugar beets. Šećer comes in various forms, including granulated, powdered, and brown sugar, each with their own unique properties and applications. It is a common ingredient in many processed foods and is known for its ability to enhance flavor, texture, and shelf life. However, excessive consumption of šećer has been linked to various health issues, including obesity, diabetes, and tooth decay.

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