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Is graisse totalement hydrogénée vegan?

Graisse totalement hydrogénée is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is graisse totalement hydrogénée?

"Graisse totalement hydrogénée" is a food ingredient that is commonly known as fully-hydrogenated fat. It is produced by adding hydrogen to vegetable oil, which allows for a more solid and stable texture. This ingredient is often used in processed foods such as baked goods, margarine, and candy due to its ability to help prolong shelf life and improve texture. However, it has been criticized for its high level of trans fats, which can increase the risk of heart disease. Some countries have banned the use of this ingredient in food products altogether.

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