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Black peppercorns

Pepper is probably the world's most popular spice.  Peppercorns are the berries from the Piper nigrum plant.  The partially-ripened berries are dried to produce the black pepper familiar to most of us.  Pepper is best ground fresh with a peppergrinder.
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Substitute for black peppercorns

white pepper OR green peppercorns


1 oz.   =   3 tbsp.


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