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Is lemon pepper seasoning vegan?

Lemon pepper seasoning is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lemon pepper seasoning?

Lemon pepper seasoning is a flavorful blend of herbs and spices that can add zing to any dish. It typically consists of cracked black pepper, dried lemon zest, salt, and a variety of other seasonings, such as garlic and onion powder. The lemon zest gives this seasoning its signature tangy flavor, which pairs perfectly with fish, chicken, and vegetables. It can be used as a dry rub or a finishing seasoning to enhance the taste and aroma of your favorite dishes. This versatile seasoning is a must-have in any kitchen for those who want to add a burst of citrusy freshness to their cooking.

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