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Is sal vegan?

Sal is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sal?

Sal is a versatile food ingredient that is commonly used in different cuisines around the world. It is a type of salt that is obtained from evaporated seawater, and it is often used as a seasoning or preservative. Sal has a distinctive flavor profile that is slightly briny and savory, making it a popular ingredient in seafood dishes. It also enhances the natural flavors of vegetables, meats, and grains. Sal is a natural source of iodine, which is essential for thyroid function and overall health. Its fine texture and granular appearance make it easy to sprinkle on food and dissolve in liquid. With its unique flavor and health benefits, sal is a must-have ingredient in any well-stocked kitchen.

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