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Is sucre semoule vegan?

Sucre semoule is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre semoule?

Sucre semoule, also known as granulated sugar, is a common ingredient in baking and cooking. It is made up of small, uniform grains that dissolve quickly, making it ideal for sweetening drinks, sauces, and desserts. Sucre semoule is derived from sugar cane or sugar beet, which are harvested and then refined to create a fine, white sugar that is perfect for all your sweetening needs. Its versatility and ease of use make sucre semoule a staple in many kitchens around the world, whether you're a professional chef or a home cook. So go ahead, sprinkle some sucre semoule on your favorite treats and indulge in its sweet, delicious flavor.

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