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Is gejodeerd zout vegan?

Gejodeerd zout is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gejodeerd zout?

Gejodeerd zout is a type of salt that has been treated with iodine, a vital mineral that the body needs to produce thyroid hormones. This process involves adding small amounts of iodine to the salt, making it an excellent source of this important nutrient. Gejodeerd zout is commonly used in the Netherlands, where it is considered a staple ingredient in many traditional dishes. It has a slightly salty taste and a fine texture, making it easy to use in a variety of recipes. Additionally, gejodeerd zout is often preferred over regular table salt because of its nutritional benefits.

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