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Is matières grasses de coprah vegan?

Matières grasses de coprah is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is matières grasses de coprah?

"Matières grasses de coprah" is a French term that refers to the oil extracted from the dried kernel or meat of coconuts. Coprah oil has a high melting point and is commonly used in the food industry for its stability and resistance to rancidity. It is also used in cosmetic products due to its moisturizing properties. Coprah oil is rich in lauric acid, which has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, making it a healthy alternative to other oils. Its nutty flavor and aroma make it a popular ingredient in many tropical dishes, especially in Southeast Asian and Pacific Island cuisine.

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