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Are olivas negras vegan?

Olivas negras is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is olivas negras?

Olivas negras, or black olives in English, are a staple ingredient in Mediterranean cuisine. These small, oval-shaped fruits are picked when they're fully ripe and then cured in brine, vinegar, or oil to enhance their flavor and texture. With their distinctively rich and salty taste, olivas negras add depth and complexity to a wide range of dishes, from salads and pasta sauces to pizzas and sandwiches. These olives are also a good source of healthy monounsaturated fats, antioxidants, and iron. Whether eaten as a snack or used in cooking, olivas negras are a versatile and delicious ingredient that can elevate any dish.

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