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Is sel de table marin vegan?

Sel de table marin is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sel de table marin?

Sel de table marin, or sea salt in English, is a natural salt that is harvested from evaporated seawater. Unlike regular table salt, it contains a unique blend of minerals and trace elements that are essential for our bodies. Its distinct texture and flavor make it a popular ingredient in many dishes, from simple salads to complex sauces. Sel de table marin is often used to enhance the natural flavors of food, and its delicate crystals dissolve easily, making it a favorite among chefs and home cooks alike. Not only is it a tasty addition to your meals, but it also has potential health benefits due to its mineral content.

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