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Is растителна мазнина vegan?

Растителна мазнина is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is растителна мазнина?

"Растителна мазнина" is a Bulgarian term for vegetable fat, which is derived from plant sources such as nuts, seeds, and fruits. Unlike animal fats, it is free from cholesterol and is rich in unsaturated fatty acids, making it a healthier alternative for cooking and baking. It is commonly used in preparing various dishes, including sauces, soups, and baked goods, and can also be used as a substitute for butter or margarine. Its mild flavor and smooth texture make it an ideal ingredient in many recipes, and it is a popular choice among health-conscious individuals looking to maintain a balanced diet.

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