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Is jódozott tengeri só vegan?

Jódozott tengeri só is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jódozott tengeri só?

Jódozott tengeri só is a high-quality sea salt that has been enriched with iodine. This natural and unrefined salt is harvested from the pristine waters of the sea and is packed with minerals and trace elements that are essential for a healthy body. Jódozott tengeri só is free from any additives or preservatives, making it a healthier alternative to regular table salt. It has a unique, delicate flavor that enhances the taste of any dish it is added to, making it a must-have ingredient in any kitchen. Use it to season your meals or as a finishing salt to add a subtle crunch to your favorite dishes.

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