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White Pepper

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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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