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Is poivre blanc. vegan?

Poivre blanc. is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poivre blanc.?

Poivre blanc, also known as white pepper, is a popular spice that is derived from the Piper nigrum plant. Unlike black pepper, which is harvested when the berries are still green and unripe, white pepper is made by allowing the berries to fully ripen on the vine before being soaked, fermented, and dried. This process removes the outer layer of the pepper berry, resulting in a milder flavor and lighter color. White pepper is commonly used in French and Asian cuisine to add subtle heat and depth of flavor to dishes, and is a versatile ingredient in many recipes, from creamy soups to marinades for meats and seafood.

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