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Is keltisches meersalz vegan?

Keltisches meersalz is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is keltisches meersalz?

Keltisches Meersalz, also known as Celtic sea salt, is a natural, unrefined sea salt harvested from the pristine coastal regions of Brittany, France. This premium salt is hand-harvested using traditional methods, which preserves its essential minerals and trace elements that are vital for good health. The salt has a subtle, complex flavor with a slightly moist texture, which makes it a popular choice among food connoisseurs and chefs alike. Keltisches Meersalz is a versatile ingredient that can be used to enhance the flavor of a variety of dishes, from roasted vegetables and grilled meats to baked goods and desserts.

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