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Is huile'de tournesol vegan?

Huile'de tournesol is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is huile'de tournesol?

Huile de tournesol, also known as sunflower oil, is a popular cooking oil extracted from the seeds of the sunflower plant. With its light color and neutral taste, it is a versatile ingredient in various culinary applications, including frying, baking, and salad dressings. Rich in unsaturated fatty acids and vitamin E, it is a healthier alternative to other cooking oils. Its high smoke point and stability make it an ideal option for high-heat cooking. Used widely across the world, huile de tournesol adds a delicious flavor and texture to dishes while providing numerous health benefits.

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