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Is black peppercorn vegan?

Black peppercorn is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is black peppercorn?

Black peppercorn is a small, spherical spice that comes from the Piper nigrum plant. It is known for its pungent and spicy flavor, with a hint of sweetness and a woody aroma. Black peppercorns are typically harvested when they are still unripe, and are then dried and crushed or ground to produce the familiar seasoning. This versatile spice is a staple in many cuisines around the world, adding depth and complexity to everything from soups and stews to meats, vegetables, and sauces. Black peppercorn is also believed to have numerous health benefits, such as aiding digestion and reducing inflammation.

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