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Is matières grasses de palmiste vegan?

Matières grasses de palmiste is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is matières grasses de palmiste?

"Matieres grasses de palmiste" is a food ingredient commonly used in cooking, particularly in tropical regions. It is derived from the kernel or inner part of the palm fruit and is known for its high level of saturated fats. These fats have a distinct flavor and texture that make them ideal for use in various food products such as margarine, baked goods, and confectioneries. The use of matieres grasses de palmiste in food products is controversial due to concerns over its impact on the environment and the health implications of consuming large amounts of saturated fats.

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