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Is sirop de zahar invertit vegan?

Sirop de zahar invertit is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sirop de zahar invertit?

Sirop de zahar invertit, also known as inverted sugar syrup, is a thick, golden syrup made from granulated sugar and an acid such as lemon juice or cream of tartar. The mixture is heated until the sugar dissolves and then boiled until it reaches a specific temperature, resulting in a syrup that is sweeter than regular sugar and has a smooth texture. This versatile ingredient is commonly used in baking and confectionery, as it helps to retain moisture, enhance flavor, and prolong shelf life. Sirop de zahar invertit is also used in the production of beer, as it acts as a fermentable sugar source.

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