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Is graisse vegétale vegan?

Graisse vegétale is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is graisse vegétale?

Graisse végétale is a French term that translates to "vegetable fat." It is a type of solid fat that is derived from plant sources, such as palm and coconut oils. This versatile ingredient is commonly used in baking and cooking to add richness and texture to foods, and it can also be used as a substitute for animal fats like butter and lard. Graisse végétale is often preferred by those following a vegan or vegetarian diet, as it provides a plant-based alternative to traditional animal-based fats. It has a neutral flavor and a high smoke point, making it ideal for frying and baking at high temperatures.

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