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Is sokeri vegan?

Sokeri is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sokeri?

Sokeri is a Finnish word that translates to "sugar" in English, and it is a commonly used food ingredient that adds sweetness and flavor to many recipes. It is a crystalline substance that is extracted from sugarcane or sugar beets and is commonly used in baking, cooking, and beverages. Sokeri is a versatile ingredient that comes in many forms, such as granulated, powdered, and brown sugar. While it is widely used as a sweetener, it also plays an important role in texture and browning in baked goods. It is important to use sokeri in moderation as excessive consumption can lead to health issues such as obesity, diabetes, and tooth decay.

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