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Are huiles végétales non 'hydrogénées vegan?

Huiles végétales non 'hydrogénées is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is huiles végétales non 'hydrogénées?

Huiles végétales non 'hydrogénées' are vegetable oils that have not undergone the hydrogenation process, which means they are free from trans fats. These oils are commonly derived from sources such as sunflower seeds, corn, soybeans, and canola. Unlike hydrogenated oils, which can be harmful to health, non-hydrogenated vegetable oils are considered a healthier alternative, as they contain essential fatty acids and are rich in vitamin E. They are commonly used in cooking, baking, and salad dressings, and offer a natural and flavorful way to add healthy fats to your diet.

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