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Is kasvirasvat vegan?

Kasvirasvat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kasvirasvat?

Kasvirasvat is a Finnish term that translates to "vegetable fats" in English. It refers to plant-based oils and fats that are commonly used in food products as a healthier alternative to animal fats. Kasvirasvat are typically derived from sources such as nuts, seeds, and fruits, and are known for their high levels of unsaturated fatty acids. These fats are often used in baking, frying, and as a spread, and are considered to be a more sustainable and environmentally friendly option compared to animal fats. Incorporating kasvirasvat into your diet can provide numerous health benefits, such as reducing cholesterol levels and lowering the risk of heart disease.

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