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Is huile vegétale non-hydrogenée vegan?

Huile vegétale non-hydrogenée is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is huile vegétale non-hydrogenée?

"Huile végétale non-hydrogénée" is a French term for "Non-hydrogenated vegetable oil." This type of oil is derived from plant sources and has not undergone the process of hydrogenation, which involves adding hydrogen to liquid oils to make them solid at room temperature. Non-hydrogenated vegetable oils are a healthier alternative to hydrogenated oils as they contain no trans fats that can have adverse health effects. They are commonly used in cooking, baking, and as a salad dressing base. Popular non-hydrogenated vegetable oils include olive oil, avocado oil, and coconut oil.

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