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Are jalapeno-chilis vegan?

Jalapeno-chilis is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jalapeno-chilis?

Jalapeno chilis are a type of chili pepper known for their moderate to high level of spiciness and distinctive flavor. These peppers are typically picked when they are green but can turn red as they mature. Jalapeno chilis are commonly used in Mexican cuisine and are often added to salsas, guacamole, and other dishes to add a spicy kick. They are also frequently used in pickling and canning. With a Scoville heat unit ranging from 2,500 to 8,000, jalapeno chilis are hotter than some peppers but milder than others, making them a popular choice for those who enjoy a bit of heat without overwhelming spiciness.

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