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Is kovetettu kasvirasva vegan?

Kovetettu kasvirasva is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kovetettu kasvirasva?

Kovetettu kasvirasva, also known as hardened vegetable fat, is a commonly used food ingredient that is derived from vegetable oils. This process involves the addition of hydrogen to make the oil more solid and stable at room temperature, resulting in a texture similar to butter. Kovetettu kasvirasva has a neutral flavor and can be used in a variety of food products such as baked goods, confectionery items, and margarine. While it is often used as a substitute for animal-based fats, it is important to note that excessive consumption may be harmful due to its high level of saturated fats.

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