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Is piment d'espelette d vegan?

Piment d'espelette d is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is piment d'espelette d?

Piment d'Espelette is a highly prized variety of chili pepper known for its rich, complex flavor and moderate heat. Grown exclusively in the Basque region of France, this unique ingredient is characterized by its bright red color and slightly smoky aroma. With notes of sweet fruit and earthy undertones, piment d'Espelette adds depth and dimension to a wide range of dishes, from traditional Basque cuisine to modern fusion fare. This versatile spice can be used to season everything from meats and fish to soups and stews, lending its signature flavor to any recipe that calls for a touch of heat and spice.

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