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Are fully hydrogenated vegetables oils vegan?

Fully hydrogenated vegetables oils is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fully hydrogenated vegetables oils?

Fully hydrogenated vegetable oils are created through a process that involves adding hydrogen to liquid vegetable oils, resulting in a more solid and stable form. This process eliminates any unsaturated fats, making the oils trans-fat-free. Fully hydrogenated vegetable oils have a longer shelf life and can withstand high temperatures, making them ideal for use in baked goods, snacks, and fried foods. While they may be considered a healthier alternative to partially hydrogenated oils, which contain trans fats, fully hydrogenated oils are still high in saturated fats and should be consumed in moderation.

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