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Is matiere grasse végetale vegan?

Matiere grasse végetale is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is matiere grasse végetale?

Matière grasse végétale, also known as vegetable fat, is a plant-based ingredient that can be used in various recipes. It is commonly made from sources such as coconut, palm, shea, or cocoa butter. This type of fat has a smooth texture and rich flavor, making it an ideal replacement for animal fats in vegan and vegetarian cooking. Matière grasse végétale is often used in baked goods, confectionery products, and as a substitute for butter or margarine in spreads. It is a versatile ingredient that can add richness and depth to any dish while being a healthier alternative to animal-based fats.

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