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Is pink pepper vegan?

Pink pepper is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pink pepper?

Pink pepper is a versatile spice that adds both flavor and color to a variety of dishes. Although not actually a true pepper, it is derived from the dried berries of the Schinus molle tree, which grows in South America. With a sweet, fruity aroma and a mild, slightly spicy taste, pink pepper is a popular ingredient in many cuisines, including French, Italian, and Mediterranean. Its vibrant pink color makes it a visually appealing garnish for salads and cocktails, while its delicate flavor profile pairs well with seafood, chicken, and pork dishes. Despite its name, pink pepper is not as pungent as black or white pepper, making it a great choice for those who prefer a milder spice.

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