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Are poivron verts et rouges vegan?

Poivron verts et rouges is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poivron verts et rouges?

Poivron verts et rouges, or green and red peppers in English, are crunchy, colorful vegetables that add a burst of flavor to any dish. The green variety has a slightly bitter taste with a hint of sweetness, while the red version has a sweeter, almost fruity flavor. Both peppers are packed with vitamins and fiber, making them a great addition to any healthy diet. They can be grilled, sautéed, roasted or eaten raw in salads, sandwiches, stir-fries, and more. With their vibrant hues and versatile flavor profile, poivron verts et rouges are the perfect way to add some zing to your meals.

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