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Is palmfett ungehärtet vegan?

Palmfett ungehärtet is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is palmfett ungehärtet?

Palmfett ungehärtet is an unrefined, unhardened vegetable fat that is derived from the fruit of the oil palm tree. This type of palm fat is highly versatile and is commonly used in a wide range of food products such as baked goods, confectionery, and snacks. It has a neutral flavor and a creamy texture that makes it ideal for use as a cooking ingredient. Palmfett ungehärtet is also a healthier alternative to hydrogenated oils as it contains no trans fats and is rich in antioxidants and essential fatty acids. Additionally, it is sustainably sourced and supports local communities in tropical regions.

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