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Are huiles de colza raffinées vegan?

Huiles de colza raffinées is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is huiles de colza raffinées?

Huiles de colza raffinées, or refined rapeseed oil, is a widely used culinary ingredient with a mild, nutty flavor and a high smoke point. Extracted from the seeds of the rapeseed plant through a process of refining, this oil is known for its light color and low levels of saturated fat. It's a versatile oil that can be used for a variety of cooking methods, from frying and sautéing to baking and salad dressings. In addition to its culinary uses, refined rapeseed oil is also used in the production of biodiesel due to its high energy content and low environmental impact.

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