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Is vegetabilisk fettprodukt vegan?

Vegetabilisk fettprodukt is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vegetabilisk fettprodukt?

"Vegetabilisk fettprodukt" is a Swedish term that refers to a vegetable fat product. It is commonly used as a substitute for animal fats in food processing and cooking. This ingredient is made from plant-based oils, such as palm or coconut oil, which have been hydrogenated to create a solid fat. It has a neutral flavor and can add richness and texture to baked goods, confectioneries, and spreads. Vegetabilisk fettprodukt is often used in the production of margarine, chocolate, and ice cream, making it a versatile and essential ingredient in modern cuisine.

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