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Is chimayó pepper vegan?

Chimayó pepper is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is chimayó pepper?

Chimayó pepper is a highly sought-after chili variety that is native to New Mexico's Chimayó Valley. These peppers are known for their distinctively smoky, fruity, and earthy flavor profile, which sets them apart from other chili peppers. Chimayó peppers have a medium heat level and are traditionally used in southwestern cuisine, including salsas, sauces, stews, and marinades. Due to their limited supply and unique flavor, Chimayó peppers are considered a gourmet ingredient and are often used by top chefs in their dishes. They are also popular among chili enthusiasts who appreciate the complexity of their flavor.

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