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Is süßholz-extrakt vegan?

Süßholz-extrakt is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is süßholz-extrakt?

Süßholz-Extrakt, also known as licorice extract, is a popular ingredient used in the culinary world for its unique sweet and slightly bitter flavor. Derived from the root of the Glycyrrhiza glabra plant, this extract contains a natural compound called glycyrrhizin, which is responsible for its distinct taste. Süßholz-Extrakt is often used to add sweetness and depth to baked goods, confectioneries, and beverages. It is also believed to have medicinal properties, such as aiding digestion and soothing sore throats. Due to its potent flavor, only a small amount of Süßholz-Extrakt is needed to achieve the desired effect.

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