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Is sesamöl vegan?

Sesamöl is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sesamöl?

Sesamöl, also known as sesame oil, is a flavorful and aromatic oil that has been a staple in many cuisines for centuries. It is made by pressing sesame seeds, which are rich in healthy fats, antioxidants, and vitamins, and has a distinctive nutty taste and aroma. Sesamöl is widely used in Asian cooking as a cooking oil, a marinade, a dressing, and a flavoring ingredient in various dishes, including stir-fries, salads, soups, and dips. It is also valued for its health benefits, such as improving heart health, reducing inflammation, and promoting healthy skin and hair. Sesamöl is a versatile and delicious ingredient that can add a unique touch to any meal.

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