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Is graisses végétales hydrogénée vegan?

Graisses végétales hydrogénée is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is graisses végétales hydrogénée?

Graisses végétales hydrogénée, or hydrogenated vegetable fats, are a type of oil that has undergone a process called hydrogenation to transform them from a liquid state to a solid or semi-solid. This process is used to increase the shelf life and stability of foods, making them less likely to spoil or go rancid. However, it also leads to the formation of trans fats, which can have negative health effects when consumed in excess. They are often found in processed foods such as baked goods, margarine, and snack foods.

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