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Is african birdseye pepper vegan?

African birdseye pepper is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is african birdseye pepper?

African birdseye pepper, also known as "piri piri", is a small and fiery chili pepper with origins in Southern Africa. This versatile spice adds intense heat and a zesty flavor to dishes, making it popular in cuisines throughout the world. With a Scoville rating of 50,000-175,000, this pepper packs a punch that can be tempered with the right balance of spices and flavors. African birdseye pepper is often used in hot sauces, marinades, rubs, and stews. It's also believed to have medicinal properties and is used in traditional African medicine to treat various ailments.

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