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Is pepe nerò vegan?

Pepe nerò is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pepe nerò?

Pepe nerò, also known as black pepper, is a widely used spice that adds a warm and slightly pungent flavor to dishes. It comes from the dried unripe fruit of the pepper plant and is commonly used in both sweet and savory recipes. This versatile ingredient is often ground fresh for maximum flavor and can be found in a variety of forms including whole peppercorns, cracked pepper, and finely ground powder. It's known for its antimicrobial properties and has been used in traditional medicine for centuries. In addition to its culinary uses, black pepper has also been shown to have potential health benefits such as aiding digestion and reducing inflammation.

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