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Is et de carthame vegan?

Et de carthame is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is et de carthame?

Et de carthame is a unique food ingredient that has been used for centuries in traditional cuisine. Also known as safflower oil, it is derived from the seeds of the safflower plant, which is grown primarily in Asia and Africa. With its light, neutral flavor and high smoke point, et de carthame is a popular choice for cooking and baking, as well as in salad dressings and marinades. This versatile oil is also rich in unsaturated fats and vitamin E, making it a healthier alternative to other cooking oils. Incorporating et de carthame into your diet can help promote better heart health, support immune function, and improve skin and hair health.

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