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Is au piment chili vegan?

Au piment chili is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is au piment chili?

Au piment chili, also known as chili pepper, is a popular food ingredient used to add a spicy kick to dishes. This fiery red pepper is native to Central and South America but is now widely cultivated across the world. It contains a compound called capsaicin, which gives it its signature heat and is believed to have numerous health benefits. Au piment chili is a versatile ingredient that can be used in various forms, such as dried, powdered, or fresh, to spice up everything from stews and soups to sauces and marinades. Its bold flavor and heat make it a beloved ingredient in cuisines around the globe.

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