Uses of White Pepper

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Primarily used in Brazilian dishes and Asian soups, white pepper is less aromatic than black pepper and has a somewhat musty flavor. Read More

Black pepper and white pepper are made from the Piper nigrum plant. Black pepper is ground from dried, whole unripe fruit. White pepper is ground from dried, ripe fruit that has had the outer layer removed. The black pepper and white pepper powder are used to make medicine. Read More

I have a couple of recipes that call for white pepper. I understand the whole pepper color thing. But, white pepper tastes terrible to me and I don’t like the way it smells. Am I alone here? Read More

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Black and white peppercorns are both the fruit of the pepper plant, but they are processed differently. Read More

Not every decision on what spice to use is black and white, especially between peppers. That’s because black and white pepper are from the same fruit of the pepper vine.  They both have bite, but black pepper is spicier and more flavorful with a earthy, citrusy taste, while white pepper is more sharp and can have a pungent smell. Read More

Pepper is one of the most common ingredients in everyday cooking, but did you know that this now humble spice was once so valuable, it was used as a highly coveted bartering item? Read More

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Does white ground pepper have any medicinal value? Read More

What do you use it for? Do you use it frequently? Do you have a dedicated grinder for your white pepper? Do you use a different grind than when using black pepper? Do you use it ground or whole? What kind of white pepper do you use – Sarawak, Muntok, Penja, or … ? Read More

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