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Is poivre vegan?

Poivre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poivre?

Poivre, also known as "pepper" in English, is a widely-used spice that adds a distinctively pungent and slightly spicy flavor to a variety of dishes. This versatile ingredient comes from the peppercorn fruit, which is harvested and dried before being ground into a fine powder or used whole in various recipes. Poivre is a staple in many cuisines around the world, including French, Italian, Indian, and Thai, and is often used in savory dishes such as meats, soups, and stews, as well as in marinades and salad dressings. Its unique flavor profile and ability to enhance the taste of other ingredients make it an essential part of any home cook or professional chef's pantry.

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