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Is poivre cayenne vegan?

Poivre cayenne is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poivre cayenne?

Poivre Cayenne, also known as cayenne pepper, is a popular spice derived from dried and ground red chili peppers, typically of the Capsicum annuum species. The spice has a bright red color and can be found in varying levels of heat, with some being extremely spicy. It adds a bold, fiery flavor to dishes and is often used in Mexican, Cajun, and Indian cuisine. It's said to have numerous health benefits, including aiding digestion, improving circulation, and boosting metabolism. When used sparingly, poivre cayenne can add depth and complexity to a dish, but be warned: a little goes a long way!.

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