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[[Image:|thumb|300px|right|White pepper]]
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[[Image:whitepepper.jpg|thumb|300px|Black and White pepper]]
   
==About White pepper==
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== Name Variations ==
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* white peppercorns
   
==[[:Category:Production of White pepper|Production of White pepper]]==
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== About White pepper ==
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Wikipedia Article [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_pepper#endnote_green_pepper About White pepper on Wikipedia]
   
==[[:Category:Buying White pepper|Buying White pepper]]==
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White pepper consists of the seed only, with the fruit removed. This is usually accomplished by allowing fully ripe berries to soak in water for about a week, during which time the flesh of the fruit softens and decomposes. Rubbing then removes what remains of the fruit, and the naked seed is dried. Alternative processes are used for removing the outer fruit from the seed, including removal of the outer layer from black pepper produced from unripe berries.
   
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White pepper is produced from peppercorns that have been allowed to fully ripen, skinned, and then dried to produce small, tannish-colored peppercorns that are used as a spice. They have a milder flavor than the less-ripe version (black peppercorns). White pepper is used as an alternative to black pepper in recipes such as white sauces or white mashed potatoes when a more pleasing appearance is desired to eliminate the black specks throughout the food.
   
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White pepper is often used instead of [[black pepper]] in dishes, where the black flecks are considered unsightly.
   
===[[:Category:White pepper Variations|White pepper Variations]]===
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== [[:Category:White pepper Recipes|White pepper Recipes]] ==
 
 
==[[:Category:Preparing White pepper|Preparing White pepper]]==
 
 
 
 
==[[:Category:Cooking White pepper|Cooking White pepper]]==
 
 
 
==[[:Category:Storing White pepper|Storing White pepper]]==
 
 
 
 
==[[:Category:White pepper Nutrition|White pepper Nutrition]]==
 
 
 
*[[:Category:White pepper Nutrient Charts|White pepper Nutrient Charts]]
 
 
 
 
===[[:Category:White pepper Nutritional Research|White pepper Nutritional Research]]===
 
 
 
 
==[[:Category:White pepper Recipes|White pepper Recipes]]==
 
 
 
'''Add a White pepper Recipe to Cookbookwiki:'''
 
 
<verbatim>createpageform-Whitepepper</verbatim>
 
 
*[[:Category:White pepper Recipes|White pepper Recipes]]
 
*[[:Category:White pepper Recipes by Preparation Time|White pepper Recipes by Preparation Time]]
 
*[[:Category:White pepper Recipes by Cost|White pepper Recipes by Cost]]
 
*[[:Category:White pepper Recipes by Dish Type|White pepper Recipes by Dish Type]]
 
 
 
 
 
====White pepper Related Recipes====
 
 
* [[:Category:White pepper|Category White pepper]]
 
 
 
   
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[[Category:Spices]]
 
[[Category:Peppers]]
 
[[Category:Peppers]]

Latest revision as of 02:02, September 23, 2018

Whitepepper

Black and White pepper

Name Variations Edit

  • white peppercorns

About White pepper Edit

Wikipedia Article About White pepper on Wikipedia

White pepper consists of the seed only, with the fruit removed. This is usually accomplished by allowing fully ripe berries to soak in water for about a week, during which time the flesh of the fruit softens and decomposes. Rubbing then removes what remains of the fruit, and the naked seed is dried. Alternative processes are used for removing the outer fruit from the seed, including removal of the outer layer from black pepper produced from unripe berries.

White pepper is produced from peppercorns that have been allowed to fully ripen, skinned, and then dried to produce small, tannish-colored peppercorns that are used as a spice. They have a milder flavor than the less-ripe version (black peppercorns). White pepper is used as an alternative to black pepper in recipes such as white sauces or white mashed potatoes when a more pleasing appearance is desired to eliminate the black specks throughout the food.

White pepper is often used instead of black pepper in dishes, where the black flecks are considered unsightly.

White pepper Recipes Edit

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