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Is poivre noir concassé vegan?

Poivre noir concassé is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poivre noir concassé?

Poivre noir concassé, also known as crushed black pepper, is a popular spice that adds a distinct flavor and aroma to various dishes. Made from whole black peppercorns that are crushed to a coarse consistency, this ingredient has a pungent and spicy taste with hints of citrus and wood. The process of crushing the peppercorns exposes more surface area, intensifying its flavor and heat. Poivre noir concassé is versatile and can be used to season meats, seafood, vegetables, soups, and sauces. It's also a common ingredient in spice blends and marinades. With its bold taste and aroma, this spice is a must-have for any pantry.

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