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Are matière graisses végétales vegan?

Matière graisses végétales is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is matière graisses végétales?

"Matière graisses végétales" is a French term that refers to vegetable fat or vegetable shortening. It is a versatile ingredient commonly used in baking, frying, and as a substitute for butter or lard in vegan and vegetarian recipes. Made from various plant sources such as palm, coconut, or soybean oil, it is solid at room temperature and has a neutral flavor. Vegetable fat provides a smooth texture and moisture to baked goods, while also adding richness to savory dishes. It is an essential ingredient in many recipes and a popular alternative for those seeking a plant-based diet.

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