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Is augaliniai riebalai vegan?

Augaliniai riebalai is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is augaliniai riebalai?

Augaliniai riebalai is a Lithuanian term that translates to "vegetable oils" in English. These oils are derived from various plant sources such as sunflower, soybean, rapeseed, and palm. Augaliniai riebalai are known for their high unsaturated fat content, which makes them a healthier alternative to animal fats like butter and lard. They are also versatile ingredients used in a wide range of dishes, from salad dressings to baked goods. Augaliniai riebalai are an essential component of a plant-based diet and provide numerous health benefits, including improved heart health and reduced inflammation.

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