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Is sel marin.- vegan?

Sel marin.- is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sel marin.-?

Sel Marin is a French for "sea salt" and is a type of coarse salt that is derived from evaporated seawater. It has a distinctive flavor due to its mineral content, which includes magnesium, calcium, and potassium. Sel Marin is often used as a finishing salt, sprinkled on top of dishes right before serving to add texture and enhance the flavors of the food. This salt is also prized for its natural and unrefined qualities, making it a popular choice among health-conscious consumers who are looking for more natural alternatives to processed table salt.

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