White Pepper Ground
The majority of pepper comes from Vietnam, the biggest exporters.
Pepper and Salt have been table partners in the west for hundreds of years, they appear like man and wife at every dinner table.
Pepper adds a flavour of its own to dishes, as well as enhancing the taste of other ingredients.
A spice indigenous to southern India, it stimulates the appetite and gives food a gentle warmth. Pepper comes from a climbing vine, the fruits of which - small round berries - ripen from green to red and finally to brown. Peppercorns are actually berries that are picked when they're just turning red. They are then dried whole before being sold.
Peppercorns can be green, white or black, depending on when they are harvested. Pink ‘peppercorns’, however, are not true pepper.
White pepper tastes hotter than black but is less complex, with fewer flavour notes.
Beauty tip. Grind and add to coconut oil to make an exhilarating facial scrub.
Used extensively in Chinese Cooking.
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