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Is sucre muscovado vegan?

Sucre muscovado is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre muscovado?

Sucre Muscovado is an unrefined brown sugar that is characterized by its rich, caramel flavor and moist, crumbly texture. It is made by crushing sugar cane and boiling the juice until it becomes a thick syrup, which is then allowed to crystallize. Unlike refined white sugar, which is stripped of all its natural molasses content, Muscovado retains its full complement of vitamins and minerals, including iron, calcium, and potassium. This makes it a healthier alternative to regular sugar. With its complex flavor profile and versatile uses in baking, cooking, and beverages, Sucre Muscovado is a must-have ingredient for any food enthusiast.

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