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Is sirop le sucre inverti vegan?

Sirop le sucre inverti is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sirop le sucre inverti?

Sirop le sucre inverti, or inverted sugar syrup, is a popular ingredient used in many bakery and confectionery products. It is made by breaking down sucrose into glucose and fructose through a process known as hydrolysis. This creates a syrup that is sweeter than regular sugar, has a lower water content, and a longer shelf life. Inverted sugar syrup is commonly used in cake batters, biscuits, candies, and ice creams as it helps to retain moisture, enhances flavor, and prevents crystallization. Additionally, it also acts as a preservative, making it an essential ingredient in many desserts and baked goods.

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