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Is flocons de sel de mer vegan?

Flocons de sel de mer is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is flocons de sel de mer?

Flocons de sel de mer, or sea salt flakes, are a natural and versatile ingredient that adds a unique texture and flavor to any dish. Harvested from the purest ocean waters, these delicate crystals are formed by the evaporation of seawater under the sun, resulting in a crisp and flaky texture. With their subtle briny taste and mineral-rich composition, sea salt flakes are ideal for enhancing the flavors of grilled meats, roasted vegetables, and even chocolate desserts. Sprinkle them on top of your favorite dishes for a gourmet touch or use them to make a simple yet delicious seasoning blend.

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