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Is aji dulce pepper vegan?

Aji dulce pepper is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aji dulce pepper?

Aji dulce pepper is a small, sweet and aromatic chili pepper native to the Caribbean islands. Its name translates to "sweet pepper" in Spanish, as it has a distinctive sweetness with a subtle fruity note that sets it apart from other peppers. Aji dulce is a popular ingredient in many Caribbean and Latin American dishes, adding depth and complexity to stews, soups, and sauces. Although it resembles a habanero or scotch bonnet pepper, it has little to no heat, making it a versatile ingredient for those who enjoy mild flavors. Its bright green color and wrinkled appearance make it an attractive addition to any dish.

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