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Is raffiniertes olivenöl vegan?

Raffiniertes olivenöl is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is raffiniertes olivenöl?

Raffiniertes Olivenöl, also known as refined olive oil, is a type of oil that has undergone a process of refinement to remove impurities and achieve a more neutral flavor profile. This oil is made by heating virgin olive oil to a high temperature and then filtering it to remove any remaining solids and undesirable flavors. Raffiniertes Olivenöl has a lighter color and milder taste than extra-virgin olive oil, making it ideal for use in cooking and frying. Its smoke point is also higher, making it a healthier choice for high-heat cooking. With its clean and versatile taste, raffiniertes Olivenöl is a staple ingredient in many kitchens worldwide.

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