Pepper is produced in Southeast India. Ripe pepper is allowed to ferment and dry, producing black pepper. Dried unripe berries are green peppercorns. White pepper is black pepper that has been soaked, the black outer husks removed. Pepper is perhaps the most versatile spice available. It is used to flavor almost any meat or vegetable dish, and is even used in some dessert recipes!
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Course Ground Pepper
By: Ed Schuster - Worthington, MN Dec 8, 2012
This product is fresh, and I like its course grind cmpared to fine pepper
malabar is best
By: judy mosty - kerrville, TX Dec 22, 2013
I use Malabar pepper when I make venison jerky.The flavor gets all through the meat. I like the texture as it is not as coarse as some coarse peppers. Gives everything such a great flavor.
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By: David - Spring, TX May 31, 2014
I have been purchasing from Spices etc. for years, as always, the product, price, and service is the best. You can't go wrong.
By: James Lempe - Homer, AK Jul 1, 2015
By: TOM GIBSON - CAVE JCT, OR Aug 20, 2016
the perfect size grind !