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Is süßholzextrakt vegan?

Süßholzextrakt is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is süßholzextrakt?

Süßholzextrakt is a natural ingredient extracted from the roots of the Glycyrrhiza glabra plant, commonly known as licorice. This concentrated extract is known for its distinctively sweet and earthy flavor, which makes it a popular ingredient in many traditional desserts and confections. Apart from its use in the culinary world, süßholzextrakt also has several potential health benefits, such as soothing sore throats, relieving indigestion, and reducing inflammation. This versatile ingredient can be found in a variety of forms, including powders, syrups, and teas, and is a must-have for any chef or health enthusiast.

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