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Is chilipaste vegan?

Chilipaste is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is chilipaste?

Chilipaste is a rich and flavorful ingredient that adds a spicy kick to any dish. Made from a blend of dried chilies, garlic, and other spices, it is a versatile condiment that can be used as a marinade, sauce, or dip. The texture of chilipaste is thick and slightly grainy, with a deep red color that comes from the sun-dried chilies. It has a complex and smoky taste, with a level of spiciness that can range from mild to extremely hot depending on the variety of chili used. Chilipaste is a popular ingredient in many cuisines, including Mexican, Thai, and Indian, and is a must-have for anyone who loves bold and flavorful food.

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