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Is de matière grasse végétale vegan?

De matière grasse végétale is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de matière grasse végétale?

"De matière grasse végétale" is a French term that translates to "vegetable fat" in English. It is a plant-based ingredient used as a substitute for animal fat in various food products. Vegetable fats can be extracted from sources such as coconut, palm, soybean, and sunflower, among others. They are a healthier alternative to animal fats as they contain lower levels of saturated fats and are rich in essential fatty acids. Additionally, they are often used in vegan and vegetarian diets as a means of achieving a similar texture and flavor to traditional animal-based fats.

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