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Is santa fe grande pepper vegan?

Santa fe grande pepper is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is santa fe grande pepper?

The Santa Fe Grande pepper, also known as the yellow hot chili pepper, is a small, cone-shaped pepper that grows to about 2 inches in length. It has a bright yellow color when mature and a medium level of heat, ranging from 500 to 700 Scoville units. This versatile pepper is commonly used in Mexican and Southwestern cuisine for salsas, sauces, and marinades. Its unique flavor profile offers a mild sweetness, followed by a moderate amount of heat that lingers on the palate. The Santa Fe Grande pepper can also be pickled or roasted for a delicious addition to sandwiches, salads, and other dishes.

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