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Is černý pepř vegan?

Černý pepř is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is černý pepř?

Černý pepř, also known as black pepper, is a commonly used spice that adds warmth and depth to dishes. It comes from the dried berries of the Piper nigrum plant, which are then ground into a fine powder. Black pepper has a pungent, slightly floral aroma and a complex flavor profile that includes notes of citrus, wood, and earth. It is often used in savory dishes, ranging from meats and vegetables to soups and sauces, and pairs well with a wide range of other herbs and spices. In addition to its culinary uses, black pepper has also been used for medicinal purposes for centuries due to its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

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