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Is extrait de poivre vegan?

Extrait de poivre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extrait de poivre?

Extrait de poivre, or pepper extract, is a concentrated liquid form of black or white pepper that is widely used in the food industry for its pungent and spicy flavor. The extract is made by crushing and processing the peppercorns to extract the essential oils, which are then distilled to create a concentrated liquid. Extract de poivre is a popular ingredient in many savory dishes, such as soups, sauces, marinades, and rubs, where it adds a distinctive peppery taste and aroma. It is also used in the production of processed foods, such as sausages and canned goods, as a natural preservative and flavor enhancer.

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