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Is sel de guèrande vegan?

Sel de guèrande is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sel de guèrande?

Sel de Guérande is a premium French sea salt harvested in the Guérande region of Brittany. Known for its exceptional quality and unique flavor, this artisanal salt is hand-harvested by skilled artisans using traditional techniques passed down through generations. What sets Sel de Guérande apart is its rich mineral content, which gives it a subtle, complex taste that enhances the flavors of any dish. With its delicate texture and natural purity, this gourmet salt has become a favorite of chefs and foodies around the world. Add a touch of Sel de Guérande to your cooking and elevate your dishes to the next level!.

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