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Is pimienta verde vegan?

Pimienta verde is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pimienta verde?

Pimienta verde, also known as green pepper or green peppercorn, is a spice derived from unripe pepper berries. Unlike black pepper, which is harvested when fully mature, green pepper is picked before it reaches its full potential, resulting in a mild and fruity flavor profile. Its bright green color and tangy taste make it a popular addition to sauces, marinades, and dressings. Pimienta verde is also commonly used to season meat and fish dishes, and its subtle heat is a perfect complement to creamy soups and stews. With its unique flavor and versatile use, pimienta verde is a must-have ingredient in any well-stocked kitchen.

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