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Is chili-pepper vegan?

Chili-pepper is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is chili-pepper?

Chili pepper, also known as hot pepper, is a widely used ingredient in various cuisines worldwide. This fiery spice comes in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, ranging from red, green, yellow, and even purple. The heat level of a chili pepper is measured on the Scoville scale, with some varieties reaching a scorching 2 million units. Besides adding a kick to dishes, chili pepper is also known for its health benefits, such as aiding digestion, boosting metabolism, and reducing inflammation. From spicy sauces to marinades and rubs, chili pepper is a versatile ingredient that can elevate any dish to new heights of flavor.

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