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Is vegetable margarine vegan?

Vegetable margarine is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vegetable margarine?

Vegetable margarine is a plant-based spread made from vegetable oils, water, and other ingredients such as emulsifiers, salt, and natural flavors. It is a versatile ingredient used in baking, cooking, and as a spread for bread and toast. Unlike animal-based butter, vegetable margarine is cholesterol-free and contains no trans fats. It is available in different forms, including tubs, sticks, and spreads, and comes in various flavors, such as garlic, herb, and plain. Vegetable margarine is a great option for vegans and individuals with dietary restrictions who want a healthier alternative to butter.

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