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Are eaux minérales vegan?

Eaux minérales is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is eaux minérales?

Eaux minérales, also known as mineral water, is a type of water that is naturally sourced from underground springs and wells. It is rich in minerals and trace elements, such as calcium, magnesium, and potassium, which are essential for maintaining good health. Unlike regular tap water, mineral water is subject to strict regulations and must meet certain standards for purity and mineral content. It is often used as a refreshing drink and is also believed to have medicinal properties, with some people using it to aid digestion or soothe skin conditions. Eaux minérales is a popular ingredient in many recipes and can add a unique flavor and nutritional benefits to a variety of dishes.

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