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Are matérias gordas vegetais vegan?

Matérias gordas vegetais is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is matérias gordas vegetais?

Matérias gordas vegetais is a term used in Portuguese to refer to vegetable fats that are commonly used in cooking, baking, and food processing. These fats are derived from plant sources such as palm, coconut, and soybean oils. Matérias gordas vegetais are often used as a substitute for animal fats in vegan and vegetarian diets. They provide a rich, creamy texture to foods and can be used in a variety of dishes, from savory to sweet. While they are a good source of energy and essential fatty acids, it's important to consume them in moderation due to their high calorie content.

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