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Is vitpeppar vegan?

Vitpeppar is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vitpeppar?

Vitpeppar, also known as white pepper, is a spice that is commonly used in European and Asian cuisines. It is made from the ripe fruit of the Piper nigrum plant, which is then soaked in water to remove the outer skin before being dried and ground into a fine powder. Compared to black pepper, vitpeppar has a milder flavor and a slightly earthy taste with a hint of sweetness. It is often used in dishes where the color of black pepper may be undesirable, such as in light-colored sauces, mashed potatoes, and fish dishes. Vitpeppar is also known for its digestive properties and is often used in traditional medicine to treat indigestion and flatulence.

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