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Is piments d espelette vegan?

Piments d espelette is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is piments d espelette?

Piments d'Espelette is a vibrant and flavorful chili pepper variety that hails from the Basque region of France. With a mild to medium spiciness, these peppers have a fruity and slightly smoky taste, making them perfect for adding depth and complexity to a wide range of dishes. Often used in the traditional cuisine of the Basque people, Piments d'Espelette can be found in everything from stews and sauces to marinades and rubs. Highly sought after by chefs and home cooks alike, this versatile ingredient is a must-have for any food lover looking to add a touch of French flair to their culinary creations.

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