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Is kasvisrasvasta vegan?

Kasvisrasvasta is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kasvisrasvasta?

Kasvisrasvasta is a Finnish term that refers to vegetable fat, which is commonly used in cooking and baking. It is a plant-based substitute for animal fat and can be derived from a variety of sources such as palm, coconut, and sunflower oil. Kasvisrasvasta has a neutral taste and can be used in a wide range of recipes, from savory dishes like stir-fries to sweet treats like cakes and cookies. It is also a healthier alternative to animal fats as it is low in saturated fat and high in healthy unsaturated fats. Incorporating kasvisrasvasta into your cooking is a simple way to make your dishes more plant-based and healthy.

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