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Is huiles de palme vegan?

Huiles de palme is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is huiles de palme?

Huiles de palme, also known as palm oil in English, is a versatile and commonly used food ingredient derived from the fruit of the oil palm tree. It has a semi-solid texture and a reddish-orange color due to its high levels of carotenoids, which are beneficial antioxidants. Palm oil is a rich source of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids, making it an excellent ingredient for baking, frying, and cooking. It also has a neutral taste and can enhance the flavor of other ingredients in a recipe. Palm oil has been subject to controversy due to its environmental impact, but sustainable practices and certifications exist.

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