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Is †sea salt vegan?

€ sea salt is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is †sea salt?

Sea salt is a natural, unrefined type of salt that is harvested from the ocean through a process of evaporating seawater. Unlike table salt, which is heavily processed and stripped of many of its natural minerals, sea salt retains a rich and complex flavor profile with subtle nuances that vary depending on the source. With a delicate, flaky texture and a range of colors from white to pink to black, sea salt has become a popular ingredient among chefs and home cooks alike for its ability to enhance the flavors of a wide range of dishes. Whether sprinkled on top of roasted vegetables or used to season a perfectly grilled steak, sea salt adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to any meal.

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