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Are sels marins vegan?

Sels marins is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sels marins?

Sels marins, which translates to "sea salt" in English, is a natural and unrefined salt that is harvested from evaporated seawater. It is known for its distinct, briny flavor and unique texture, which comes from the minerals and trace elements that are naturally present in the ocean. Sels marins is often preferred by chefs and food enthusiasts because of its purity and subtle flavor, which enhances the natural taste of food without overpowering it. Additionally, sels marins is considered to be a healthier alternative to regular table salt, as it contains fewer additives and is rich in minerals such as magnesium, potassium, and calcium.

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