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Is de chili vegan?

De chili is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de chili?

De chili is a versatile ingredient that adds a fiery kick to any dish. The small, red or green peppers belong to the nightshade family and pack a lot of heat in their tiny size. They are commonly used in Mexican, South American, and Indian cuisine, but have also made their way into many international dishes. De chili can be found whole, dried, powdered, or in sauces and pastes. They contain capsaicin, which has been linked to several health benefits such as reducing inflammation, boosting metabolism, and improving heart health. However, they should be used with caution as they can cause discomfort or even pain if consumed in excess.

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