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Is šokolaad vegan?

Šokolaad is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is šokolaad?

Šokolaad, also known as chocolate, is a decadent ingredient that has been enjoyed by people for centuries. Its rich and velvety texture melts in your mouth, delivering a burst of flavor that tantalizes your taste buds. Made from roasted cacao beans, šokolaad can be enjoyed in various forms, including bars, chips, powder, and more. With its versatility, šokolaad can be used in a wide range of sweet and savory dishes, from cakes and cookies to mole sauces and chili con carne. Indulge in the luxurious taste of šokolaad and elevate your dishes to the next level.

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