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Is pimienta roja picante vegan?

Pimienta roja picante is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pimienta roja picante?

Pimienta roja picante, also known as red hot chili pepper, is a common ingredient in Latin American cuisine that adds a spicy kick to any dish. This fiery spice is derived from the dried fruit of the Capsicum annum plant and boasts a bold, zesty flavor with a heat level that can range from mild to extremely potent. Its vibrant red hue comes from the presence of capsaicin, a compound that gives the pepper its signature heat. Pimienta roja picante is used in everything from salsas and marinades to soups and stews, and is a must-have for anyone who loves to add some extra heat to their meals.

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