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Is medusa pepper vegan?

Medusa pepper is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is medusa pepper?

Medusa pepper is a unique and flavorful ingredient that adds a distinctive kick to any dish. This fiery pepper derives its name from the Greek mythological creature with snakes for hair, due to its multiple thin and curly shapes. Medusa peppers are known for their heat, which ranges from moderately hot to extremely spicy, and they are commonly used in Southeast Asian cuisine. These small yet mighty peppers can be found in various colors, including red, green, and yellow. When used sparingly, Medusa pepper adds a depth of flavor to sauces, marinades, and stir-fries, while also providing an eye-catching visual appeal.

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