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Is pfeffer vegan?

Pfeffer is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pfeffer?

Pfeffer is a German word that means "pepper" in English. However, the term pfeffer is used to refer to a specific type of pepper known as black pepper. Pfeffer is a versatile spice that adds depth and complexity to a wide range of dishes, from savory to sweet. Its sharp, spicy flavor and pungent aroma make it a staple in many spice racks around the world. Pfeffer is often used in German cuisine to season meats, soups, and stews, but it can also be found in baked goods and desserts. Its distinct flavor and aroma make pfeffer an essential ingredient for any food lover looking to add a touch of spice to their culinary creations.

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