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Is poivre vert vegan?

Poivre vert is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poivre vert?

Poivre vert, also known as green peppercorn, is a type of peppercorn that is harvested before it has fully ripened and turned red. This fresh and vibrant spice has a subtle, fruity flavor with a slightly spicy kick. It's a common ingredient in French cuisine and can be used to add a bright pop of flavor to sauces, marinades, and meat dishes. Unlike black peppercorns, which are dried, poivre vert is usually preserved in brine or vinegar to maintain its bright green color and delicate flavor. With its unique taste and eye-catching appearance, poivre vert is a must-try ingredient for any foodie looking to add some pizzazz to their dishes.

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