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Is aceituna gordal vegan?

Aceituna gordal is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aceituna gordal?

Aceituna gordal, or "fat olive" in English, is a popular variety of large-sized olives that is primarily cultivated in Spain. These olives are characterized by their plump and meaty texture, as well as their mild and slightly nutty flavor. They are typically brine-cured, which enhances their natural flavor and preserves their freshness. Aceituna gordal is commonly used in a variety of Mediterranean dishes, including salads, tapas, and stews. Its unique size and taste make it a popular choice for garnishing cocktails and pairing with cheese and charcuterie boards. Additionally, the high oil content of these olives makes them ideal for producing high-quality olive oil.

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