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Are sable brushes vegan?

Sable brushes is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sable brushes?

Sable brushes are a type of paintbrush that artists and bakers alike use to achieve precise strokes and delicate details. These brushes are made with soft and fine hairs from the tail of the Siberian or Mongolian sable, which are known for their flexibility and ability to hold a generous amount of paint or food color. Sable brushes are often preferred by professionals for their superior quality, durability, and smoothness, which allow for maximum control and precision. Whether you're a professional artist or a home baker looking to elevate your decorating game, sable brushes are an essential tool to have in your toolkit.

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