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Is gros sel de l'île de ré vegan?

Gros sel de l'île de ré is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gros sel de l'île de ré?

Gros sel de l'île de ré, or coarse sea salt from the Île de Ré island off the west coast of France, is a natural and unrefined salt prized for its complex flavor and distinctive texture. Hand-harvested using traditional methods, the salt is minimally processed to preserve its natural minerals and trace elements, which give it a slightly briny, earthy taste. Its large, irregular crystals make it ideal for finishing dishes, adding texture and crunch to roasted meats, vegetables, and baked goods. Whether used as a finishing touch or as a key ingredient, gros sel de l'île de ré is a must-have in any kitchen.

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