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Is piment ' vegan?

Piment ' is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is piment '?

Piment is a vibrant and spicy ingredient that adds a distinctive kick to a wide variety of dishes. It is a type of chili pepper commonly found in Caribbean and Creole cuisine, with a heat level ranging from mild to hot. Piment can be used fresh, dried, or powdered, and is often used to season stews, soups, sauces, and meats. With its bold flavor and bright red color, piment is a popular ingredient for spicing up traditional dishes or adding a touch of heat to new creations. Whether you're looking to add some excitement to your cooking or simply enjoy the bold taste of spicy peppers, piment is a versatile ingredient that is sure to impress.

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