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Is au poivre vegan?

Au poivre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is au poivre?

Au Poivre, also known as "peppered," is a French term used to describe a dish prepared with a generous amount of freshly cracked peppercorns. The dish is usually made with a protein, such as steak or chicken, that is seared to perfection and then coated in a creamy sauce made with beef or chicken stock, heavy cream, and, of course, plenty of black peppercorns. The resulting sauce is rich, bold, and slightly spicy, making it a perfect accompaniment to any meat dish. Au poivre is a classic French preparation that has been enjoyed for centuries and continues to be a popular choice for those seeking a sophisticated and flavorful dining experience.

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