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Is poivre vert en vegan?

Poivre vert en is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poivre vert en?

Poivre vert en, also known as green peppercorns, are unripe peppercorn berries that are picked while they are still green and plump. These small, round berries have a slightly tangy and fruity flavor, with a milder heat than black peppercorns. They are often preserved in brine or vinegar, which enhances their flavor and gives them a slightly sour taste. Poivre vert en is commonly used in French cuisine, where it is added to sauces, marinades, and dressings to add a unique, slightly sweet and sour taste. It also pairs well with meats, poultry, seafood, and vegetables, making it a versatile ingredient in many dishes.

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