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Is du sel de mer vegan?

Du sel de mer is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is du sel de mer?

"Du sel de mer" is a natural sea salt that is harvested from the ocean's saltwater. Unlike regular table salt, "du sel de mer" is minimally processed and contains trace minerals that give it a unique flavor and texture. This type of salt is typically harvested using traditional methods, such as sun and wind evaporation, resulting in larger, irregularly shaped crystals. Its coarse texture and subtle briny flavor make it a popular ingredient in both savory and sweet dishes. "Du sel de mer" is also believed to have health benefits due to its mineral content, including promoting hydration and regulating blood sugar levels.

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