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Is lightly salted butter vegan?

Lightly salted butter is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lightly salted butter?

Lightly salted butter is a versatile and delicious ingredient that adds a rich, creamy flavor to a variety of dishes. Made from churned cream with just the right amount of salt added, this spreadable butter is perfect for cooking, baking, or simply enjoying on toast. The subtle saltiness of the butter pairs well with sweet and savory flavors alike, making it a popular choice in both traditional and modern cuisine. Whether you're whipping up a batch of cookies, sautéing vegetables, or spreading it on warm bread, lightly salted butter is sure to add a touch of indulgence to your meals.

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