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Is piquante pepper vegan?

Piquante pepper is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is piquante pepper?

Piquante pepper, also known as the "hot cherry pepper," is a small, fiery fruit that originated in Italy. This versatile ingredient packs a punch with its bold and spicy flavor, making it a popular option for adding heat to dishes like pizza, pasta, and sandwiches. With its bright red color and tangy undertones, the piquante pepper can also be pickled and added to antipasto platters or used as a garnish for cocktails. Rich in vitamins A and C, this zesty ingredient not only adds a kick to your meal but also provides health benefits.

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