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Is jalapeno chile vegan?

Jalapeno chile is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jalapeno chile?

Jalapeno chile, also known as the "chipotle pepper," is a versatile ingredient that adds both heat and flavor to a variety of dishes. It is a medium-sized chili pepper, with a smooth, shiny, and dark green skin that ripens to red as it matures. The flesh of the jalapeno is thick and juicy, and the heat level can vary from mild to moderately spicy. It is commonly used in Mexican cuisine, such as salsas, guacamole, and chili, but can also be used to add a kick to burgers, pizza, and even cocktails. With its distinctive flavor and heat, the jalapeno is a staple ingredient for those who enjoy adding a bit of spice to their meals.

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