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Is aceite de orujo de oliva vegan?

Aceite de orujo de oliva is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aceite de orujo de oliva?

Aceite de orujo de oliva is a Spanish term that translates to "olive pomace oil" in English. It is a cooking oil extracted from the residue left after pressing olives for extra-virgin olive oil. This oil has a slightly higher acidity level and a milder flavor compared to extra-virgin olive oil, making it an ideal choice for high-heat cooking methods such as frying and baking. Aceite de orujo de oliva is also commonly used in the food industry for its cost-effectiveness and versatility. It is a healthier alternative to other cooking oils due to its high levels of monounsaturated fats and antioxidants.

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