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Is de poivre vert en vegan?

De poivre vert en is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de poivre vert en?

"De poivre vert en" is a French term that translates to "green peppercorns," a popular ingredient in many culinary traditions around the world. These small, unripe berries are harvested from the Piper nigrum plant and preserved in brine or vinegar, giving them a tangy and slightly sour flavor. Green peppercorns have a softer texture and milder taste than their black or white counterparts, making them ideal for use in sauces, marinades, and dressings. They are also a great addition to meat dishes, salads, and soups, adding a burst of freshness and aroma to any recipe.

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