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Is oliiviõli vegan?

Oliiviõli is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oliiviõli?

Oliiviõli, also known as olive oil in English, is a widely used ingredient in Mediterranean cuisine with a distinct flavor and numerous health benefits. This golden liquid is extracted from the fruit of the olive tree via cold-pressing, resulting in a rich oil that's high in monounsaturated fats, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory compounds. Oliiviõli has a range of culinary uses, from salad dressings to sautéing vegetables and meats. Its robust flavor profile pairs well with seafood, pasta dishes, and roasted vegetables. This versatile and nutritious ingredient is a kitchen staple and a must-have for any health-conscious cook.

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