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Is sucres de canne vegan?

Sucres de canne is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucres de canne?

Sucres de canne is a French term that translates to "cane sugars" in English. This ingredient is derived from sugarcane, a tall perennial grass that is primarily grown in tropical regions. Sucres de canne are made by extracting the juice from the sugarcane, which is then heated and evaporated to create a thick, sticky syrup. The syrup is then dried and granulated to form the crystalline cane sugar we all know and love. Sucres de canne have a unique flavor profile that is rich and complex, with notes of molasses, caramel, and toffee. They are often used in baking and cooking to add depth and sweetness to dishes.

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