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Is matiere graisse vegetale vegan?

Matiere graisse vegetale is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is matiere graisse vegetale?

"Matiere grasse vegetale" is a French term that refers to a type of vegetable fat used in cooking and baking. This ingredient is derived from various plant sources such as palm, coconut, and soybean, and is commonly used as a substitute for animal-based fats like butter or lard. With a smooth and creamy texture, it adds a rich and savory flavor to a variety of dishes, from sautéed vegetables to baked goods. It is often preferred by those following a vegan or plant-based diet, as it provides a healthier alternative to animal-derived fats while still delivering the desired taste and texture.

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