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Is de de olive vegan?

De de olive is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de de olive?

De de olive, also known as dedo de moça, is a type of Brazilian chili pepper that is popular for its medium to high level of spiciness and unique flavor profile. The pepper is typically elongated and tapered with a thin skin and ranges in color from green to bright red when fully ripe. De de olive peppers are commonly used in Brazilian cuisine to add heat and flavor to dishes such as stews, soups, and sauces. They are also often pickled or dried and used as a seasoning or garnish. With its distinct flavor and versatility, de de olive is a popular ingredient for those who enjoy spicy and flavorful foods.

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