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Is poívre noir vegan?

Poívre noir is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poívre noir?

Poívre noir, also known as black pepper, is a versatile and widely used spice derived from the dried fruit of the Piper nigrum plant. This spice is characterized by its pungent, spicy, and slightly sweet flavor, with subtle floral and citrus notes. It is often used to add a depth of flavor to various dishes, including meats, soups, stews, marinades, and sauces. Black pepper is also believed to have several health benefits, such as improving digestion, reducing inflammation, and promoting weight loss. Overall, poívre noir is an essential ingredient in many cuisines worldwide, adding both flavor and nutritional value to dishes.

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