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Is sirop de glucose. vegan?

Sirop de glucose. is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sirop de glucose.?

Sirop de glucose, also known as glucose syrup, is a sweet and viscous liquid commonly used as a sweetener and thickener in various food products. It is made from hydrolyzed starch, typically from corn, wheat, or potatoes, which breaks down the complex carbohydrates into simple sugars. This process results in a syrup that is higher in glucose and less sweet than regular table sugar. Sirop de glucose is widely used in the food industry as an ingredient in candy, confectionery, baked goods, and even savory foods such as sauces and marinades. It also serves as a humectant, preventing crystallization and keeping food moist and soft.

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