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Is sugar syrup vegan?

Sugar syrup is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sugar syrup?

Sugar syrup is a sweet, viscous liquid made by dissolving sugar in water over heat until it reaches a thick consistency. This versatile ingredient can be used in a variety of ways, from sweetening beverages and desserts to adding moisture and flavor to baked goods. Sugar syrup is commonly used in cocktail making as a sweetener, and can also be infused with herbs, spices, or fruit for added flavor. It is an essential component of many confectionery products, including candies and fudge. With its ability to enhance flavors and textures, sugar syrup is a popular ingredient in both home and professional kitchens.

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