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Is sucre en poudre vegan?

Sucre en poudre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre en poudre?

Sucre en poudre, also known as powdered sugar or confectioners' sugar, is a finely ground form of sugar that is commonly used in baking and desserts. It has a soft, powdery texture that makes it ideal for dusting on top of cakes and pastries, as well as for making frosting and icing. Sucre en poudre is made by grinding granulated sugar into a fine powder and then adding a small amount of cornstarch to prevent clumping. It is often used in French cuisine, where it is known for its delicate sweetness and ability to dissolve quickly. Whether you're making macarons, meringues, or a classic buttercream frosting, sucre en poudre is a must-have ingredient for any baker or pastry chef.

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