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Is kókuszzsír vegan?

Kókuszzsír is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kókuszzsír?

Kókuszzsír, also known as coconut oil in English, is a versatile and flavorful ingredient commonly used in cooking, baking, and personal care products. It is derived from the dried flesh of mature coconuts and has a distinctive tropical aroma and taste. Kókuszzsír is a rich source of medium-chain fatty acids, which are believed to have numerous health benefits, including improved digestion and increased energy levels. It is also popular as a vegan substitute for butter and other animal-based fats. In addition to its culinary uses, kókuszzsír is commonly used in skincare products due to its moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties.

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