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Is olive-pomace oil vegan?

Olive-pomace oil is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is olive-pomace oil?

Olive-pomace oil is a type of oil that is derived from the remaining pulp and pits of olives after they have been pressed for their virgin olive oil. This oil has a mild, neutral flavor and is high in monounsaturated fats, making it a healthy option for cooking and frying. Due to its high smoke point, olive-pomace oil is ideal for high-temperature cooking methods such as sautéing and frying. It is also commonly used in the food industry for the production of margarine and other vegetable oil-based products. With its versatile use and health benefits, olive-pomace oil is a popular ingredient in many kitchens and restaurants around the world.

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