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Is sugar cane syrup vegan?

Sugar cane syrup is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sugar cane syrup?

Sugar cane syrup is a thick, sweet liquid extracted from the juice of the sugar cane plant. It has a rich, caramel-like flavor and a dark amber color that adds depth to any recipe. This natural sweetener is a healthier alternative to processed sugars, as it contains minerals like calcium, potassium, and iron. Sugar cane syrup is often used in baking, cooking, and cocktail-making, adding a deliciously sweet and complex taste to everything from cookies and cakes to marinades and dressings. Its versatility makes it a must-have ingredient in any pantry, and its unique flavor will elevate any dish to the next level.

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