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Is szirup vegan?

Szirup is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is szirup?

Szirup is a natural thick, sweet liquid made by boiling fruit or herbs with sugar and water. It's commonly used in cocktails, desserts, and baked goods to add a touch of sweetness and depth of flavor. Unlike artificial syrups, szirup is free from any added preservatives or chemicals, making it a healthier choice for those with dietary restrictions. With its rich taste and versatility, szirup can be the perfect addition to any kitchen arsenal, adding a burst of flavor and sweetness to any dish. From traditional Hungarian szilvásgombóc to modern-day cocktails, szirup is a must-have ingredient for any foodie looking to elevate their culinary creations.

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