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Is sucre démérara vegan?

Sucre démérara is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre démérara?

Sucre Demerara, also known as "Demerara sugar," is a type of unrefined cane sugar that is minimally processed and has a coarse texture with a light brown color. This type of sugar is named after the Demerara River in Guyana, where it was first produced. Unlike regular white sugar, Demerara sugar retains some of its natural molasses content, giving it a rich, caramel-like flavor with a hint of toffee. Sucre Demerara is often used as a natural sweetener in coffee, tea, and baked goods, and can add a delightful crunch to desserts and toppings. Its unique flavor and texture make it a popular choice among pastry chefs and home bakers alike.

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