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Is pimienta blanca vegan?

Pimienta blanca is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pimienta blanca?

Pimienta blanca, also known as white pepper, is a spice that comes from the Piper nigrum plant. It is made by removing the outer layer of the pepper berry, leaving only the inner seed. This process gives it a milder, less pungent flavor than black pepper. Pimienta blanca is commonly used in creamy sauces, light-colored dishes, and mashed potatoes. Its subtle flavor allows it to blend in nicely with other spices and ingredients, while adding a touch of warmth and complexity to the dish. In addition to its culinary uses, pimienta blanca has been used for centuries in traditional medicine for its anti-inflammatory and digestive properties.

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