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Is sucre caramelise vegan?

Sucre caramelise is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre caramelise?

Sucre caramelisé, or caramelized sugar in English, is a sweet and rich ingredient commonly used in desserts and confections. Made by heating sugar until it melts and turns golden brown, sucre caramelisé has a complex flavor profile with notes of toffee, nuttiness, and a hint of bitterness. Its distinct texture is crunchy and brittle, making it a popular topping for desserts like crème brûlée and flan. Sucre caramelisé can also be used as a flavoring agent in sauces, marinades, and glazes to add depth and sweetness to savory dishes. Its versatile nature and delicious taste make sucre caramelisé a staple in many culinary applications.

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