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Is sel de vegan?

Sel de is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sel de?

Sel de is a French term that translates to "salt of" or "from." This culinary ingredient refers to a type of salt that is harvested from a specific location or region, such as the famous Sel de Guérande from the Guérande salt marshes in Brittany, France. Sel de is known for its unique texture, flavor, and mineral content, which can vary depending on its origin. This salt is often used in gourmet cooking and is favored by chefs for its ability to enhance the flavor of dishes without overpowering them. Whether sprinkled over a perfectly seared steak or used to season a simple salad, sel de adds a touch of luxury to any dish.

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