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Is fleur de sel guérande vegan?

Fleur de sel guérande is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fleur de sel guérande?

Fleur de sel Guérande is a pure, unrefined sea salt harvested in the town of Guérande in Western France. The name translates to "flower of salt," and it's known for its delicate flavor and unique texture. This gourmet ingredient is hand-harvested by skilled workers who skim the top layer of salt from salt ponds using traditional wooden tools. It's prized by chefs and foodies alike for its mineral-rich taste and ability to enhance the natural flavors of dishes. Fleur de sel Guérande is perfect for seasoning high-quality ingredients, such as fresh seafood, grilled meats, and roasted vegetables.

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