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White Peppercorns


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The wicked stepsister of black pepper. White pepper gives black pepper dead arms and teases it constantly.

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White Pepper

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White pepper and black pepper are actually the same fruit, sourced from a flowering vine. The only difference between them is how they are processed. Black pepper is formed when the fruits are picked when nearly ripe and are the roasted or dried out in the sun until the hulls turn dark black. For white pepper, the hull is removed during a cleaning process before it’s dried out.

Since the essential oils are found in the hull, black pepper has more of that lemony, woody, characteristically peppery-pungent aroma. White pepper has less aroma and flavor, but a far sharper pungency and heat.

Throughout history, pepper has been one of the most sought out spices. It was considered black gold by many and was worth even more than the shiny metal. It was only afforded to Europe’s wealthiest until around 1800 when it finally became more available. Today, pepper accounts for one-fifth of the world’s spice trade.

White pepper is commonly used in sauces and mashed potatoes as it discolor or mottle a uniform appearance as speckle-y black pepper would. In Chinese cuisines, white pepper is often preferred for its sharpness. Whole white peppercorns make an intriguing addition to marinades and pickling spice blends. Furthermore, add a few to a batch of stone fruit jam to give it a bit of kick.

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Ingredients White peppercorns.
Recommended Applications Use this White Peppercorn where a crisp, defined flavor of black pepper is required, but not the color. Great for use in cream sauces, white gravies, salad dressings, and potato salad.
Basic Preparation Any spice is best to use promptly after it has just been ground. Another way to add the whole peppercorn flavoring is to place them in a cheese cloth bag and let simmer in a stew or soup, remove the bag before serving. Also notable, pepper looses its flavoring during extended cooing periods, so it is best to add towards the end of cooking.
Cuisine American, Asian, European, Indian, Japanese
Product Style Whole
Taste & Aroma Hot, Pungent
Handling / Storage Store in a cool, dry place.
Qualities All Natural, Gluten-Free, Kosher Parve, Non-GMO
Country of Origin India
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The information provided for this product is for educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

We recommend that you consult with your physician or qualified healthcare practitioner before making any significant change in your diet.


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