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Is gràsso di palma vegan?

Gràsso di palma is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gràsso di palma?

Gràsso di palma, also known as palm oil, is a versatile and widely used food ingredient derived from the fruit of the oil palm tree. It is a rich source of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids, and is used extensively in food production due to its long shelf life and stability at high temperatures. Gràsso di palma has a creamy texture and a neutral flavor, making it a popular choice for frying, baking, and as a cooking oil in various cuisines worldwide. However, concerns have been raised about the environmental impact of palm oil production, as well as its potential health effects when consumed in large amounts.

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