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Are poivrons et verts vegan?

Poivrons et verts is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poivrons et verts?

Poivrons et verts, also known as "peppers and greens" in English, is a flavorful combination of two essential ingredients in many cuisines worldwide. Poivrons, or bell peppers, come in a range of colors from red, orange, yellow, and green, and have a sweet taste and a crispy texture. Greens, on the other hand, refer to leafy vegetables like spinach, kale, or arugula, which provide a fresh and slightly bitter taste, as well as a boost of nutrients like vitamins A and C. Together, poivrons et verts create a colorful and nutritious addition to any dish, from salads to stir-fries, adding texture, flavor, and vibrancy to your meals.

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