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Is sel gros de mer vegan?

Sel gros de mer is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sel gros de mer?

Sel Gros de Mer, also known as coarse sea salt, is a high-quality culinary ingredient that is harvested by hand from the pristine waters of the Atlantic Ocean. This unrefined salt is naturally rich in minerals and is prized by chefs for its pure and intense flavor. Its larger grain size makes it ideal for use as a finishing salt, adding a satisfying crunch and burst of flavor to any dish. Sel Gros de Mer is also a popular ingredient in brines and marinades, as it dissolves slowly and evenly, infusing meats and vegetables with its bold flavor. Its distinct texture and taste make it a must-have ingredient for any serious cook or foodie.

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