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Cracked Black Pepper is made in house from our Black Peppercorns, or Piper nigrum. It is fragrant and gives a familiar peppery bite to any food you use it in, from tomato soup to vanilla ice cream. Peppercorns are native to India, and are popular across the globe for their versatility and use in a wide range of cuisines. Cracked Black Pepper is usually used on pasta and salads, as well as in rubs. This type of ground pepper is a larger grind at 10 to 16 mesh.
Black pepper typically has a range of 1% to 5% volatile oil, which is either pale green or colorless. This volatile oil is typically made up of monoterpenes.
In Arabic black pepper is called "fulfol aswad," in Mandarin it is "hay hu chiao," French speakers call it "poivre noir," Germans say "Schwarzer pfeffer," in Hindi it is, "kali mirchi," in Japanese you will hear "kosho," in Portuguese it is "pimienta preta," in Russian it is "chyorny pjerets," and finally in Spanish you will hear "pimienta negra." Some people also refer to it as "black gold."