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Is smeđi šećer vegan?

Smeđi šećer is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is smeđi šećer?

Smeđi šećer, also known as brown sugar, is a natural sweetener that is rich in molasses and has a distinctive caramel flavor. It is produced by mixing white granulated sugar with molasses, which gives it its brown color and moist texture. Smeđi šećer is often used in baking recipes to add depth and complexity to the flavor profile of baked goods, such as cookies, cakes, and muffins. It is also a popular ingredient in marinades and sauces, as it adds a sweet and savory flavor to meat dishes. Smeđi šećer is a healthier alternative to refined white sugar, as it contains more minerals and nutrients, including calcium, iron, and potassium.

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