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Is con grasa vegetal vegan?

Con grasa vegetal is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is con grasa vegetal?

"Con grasa vegetal" is a food ingredient that refers to the addition of vegetable fats or oils to a product. These fats are derived from plant sources, such as palm, coconut, or sunflower oil, and are often used as a substitute for animal-based fats like butter or lard. Vegetal fats provide texture, flavor, and stability to a wide range of foods, including baked goods, snacks, and processed meats. They are also considered a healthier alternative to animal fats due to their lower saturated fat content. "Con grasa vegetal" is a common ingredient in many packaged foods and can be found listed on ingredient labels.

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