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Are sea salts vegan?

Sea salts is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sea salts?

Sea salt is a natural, unrefined type of salt that is derived from evaporated seawater. Unlike table salt, sea salt is not heavily processed and retains its natural trace minerals and flavor. These minerals, such as magnesium, potassium, and calcium, give sea salt a distinctive taste and texture that can enhance the flavor of any dish. Due to its unique properties, sea salt is commonly used in gourmet cooking and is prized for its ability to bring out the natural flavors of ingredients. Additionally, sea salt is believed to offer numerous health benefits, including improved digestion, hydration, and skin health.

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