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Is sweet paprika vegan?

Sweet paprika is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sweet paprika?

Sweet paprika is a versatile spice made from dried and ground sweet bell peppers. Its vibrant red hue and mild, slightly sweet flavor make it a popular ingredient in many dishes, particularly in Mediterranean, Eastern European, and Middle Eastern cuisine. This spice is known for its rich antioxidant content, which makes it a healthy addition to any diet. Sweet paprika can be used as a rub or seasoning for meats, added to soups and stews, or sprinkled over vegetables for a colorful and flavorful garnish. Its mellow taste and deep color also make it a popular choice for adding depth and complexity to dips, spreads, and sauces.

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