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Is sel. vegan?

Sel. is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sel.?

Sel, also known as sea salt, is a natural ingredient that is harvested from the ocean through the process of evaporation. Unlike regular table salt, which is heavily processed and may contain additives, sel is a pure form of salt that retains a range of essential minerals and nutrients, including magnesium, potassium, and calcium. Due to its unique composition and flavor, sel has become a popular ingredient in gourmet cooking, and is often used to add depth and complexity to dishes. Whether used as a finishing touch on a grilled steak or sprinkled over fresh vegetables, sel is a versatile ingredient that adds a touch of natural elegance to any meal.

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