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Is sal marinho vegan?

Sal marinho is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sal marinho?

Sal Marinho, or sea salt in English, is a natural and unrefined salt harvested from evaporated seawater. Unlike table salt, Sal Marinho contains minerals and trace elements that are essential for the human body, such as magnesium, potassium, and calcium. Due to its coarse texture and distinct flavor, Sal Marinho is often used as a finishing salt to add a crunchy texture and enhance the taste of dishes like grilled meats, salads, and vegetables. The harvesting process of Sal Marinho is eco-friendly and sustainable, as it involves only sun, wind, and sea, making it an excellent choice for environmentally conscious consumers.

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