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Are non-hydrogenated vegetable oils vegan?

Non-hydrogenated vegetable oils is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is non-hydrogenated vegetable oils?

Non-hydrogenated vegetable oils are plant-based oils that have not undergone the process of hydrogenation, which is commonly used to make oils more stable and solid at room temperature. Unlike their hydrogenated counterparts, non-hydrogenated vegetable oils are free from trans fats and are considered a healthier alternative. These oils are derived from various sources, such as soybeans, sunflower seeds, and canola plants, and are commonly used for cooking, baking, and frying. Non-hydrogenated vegetable oils have a mild flavor and are rich in essential fatty acids, making them a nutritious addition to any diet.

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