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Is kochsalz vegan?

Kochsalz is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kochsalz?

Kochsalz is the German word for table salt, a ubiquitous seasoning used in various cuisines worldwide. It is a crystalline mineral compound composed of sodium and chloride ions, essential for human health and metabolism. Salt enhances the flavor and texture of food and acts as a natural preservative. However, excessive consumption of salt can lead to health problems such as high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease. Kochsalz is commonly available in different forms, including fine and coarse grains, iodized or uniodized, and can be used in cooking, baking, and seasoning. Its versatility and ubiquity make it a staple ingredient in most kitchens.

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