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Is salt. vegan?

Salt. is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is salt.?

Salt is a ubiquitous ingredient found in almost every kitchen around the world. Also known as sodium chloride, salt is a mineral that is harvested from the earth or extracted from the sea. It has been used for centuries as a natural preservative, flavor enhancer, and seasoning agent. The taste of salt is both savory and slightly bitter, and it can transform the flavor of almost any dish. However, it's important to consume salt in moderation, as excessive intake can lead to health issues like high blood pressure. Nevertheless, in the right amount, salt can add depth and complexity to a wide range of recipes, making it an essential ingredient in any cook's pantry.

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