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Is sucre inverti vegan?

Sucre inverti is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre inverti?

Sucre inverti, also known as inverted sugar, is a syrupy substance that is commonly used as a sweetener in baking and confectionery. It is made by breaking down table sugar into its constituent parts, glucose and fructose, and then recombining them in a specific ratio. The resulting syrup is sweeter and more soluble than regular sugar, which makes it ideal for use in certain recipes. Sucre inverti also has the added benefit of helping to prevent crystallization in sugar-based products, which can improve the texture and shelf life of baked goods and candies. It has a mild, caramel-like flavor that adds complexity to desserts and pastries.

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