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Is siróp de sucre caramélisé vegan?

Siróp de sucre caramélisé is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is siróp de sucre caramélisé?

Siróp de sucre caramélisé, also known as caramelized sugar syrup, is a rich and decadent ingredient used in many desserts and pastries. This luscious syrup is made by heating sugar until it reaches a deep amber color and a complex caramelized flavor. It has a thick and viscous texture, making it perfect for drizzling over ice cream, cakes, and waffles. Siróp de sucre caramélisé can also be used to add depth and complexity to sauces and marinades. Its unique flavor profile is sure to impress even the most discerning palates, making it a must-have in any baker's or cook's arsenal.

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