Nutritional information per 100 g
Pepper white, whole
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Item no108794
Energy
326 kcal / 1.370 kJ
Fat
2,1 g
- thereof saturated fatty acids
0,6 g
Carbohydrates
64 g
thereof sugar
61 g
Protein
10 g
Salt
0,03 g
Allergenic ingredients
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Pepper white, whole

Over 20 types of pepper are known today, although not all of them are "true" pepper, with the botanical name "Piper nigrum". Although this actually means “black pepper”, it is actually the plant whose berries are responsible for green, white and black pepper. The red, fully ripe berries serve as the basis for white pepper. These are put into large bags and softened in water for about a week, which makes it easy to remove the shells from the fruit flesh. As part of this fermentation process, white pepper produces aromatic skatole, which is responsible for the cheesy smell of pepper. The actual seeds are then placed in sunlight and dried. By removing the shell, part of the heat is also lost, which means white pepper is significantly milder than black.
Pepper white, whole
Over 20 types of pepper are known today, although not all of them are "true" pepper, with the botanical name "Piper nigrum". Although this actually means “black pepper”, it is actually the plant whose berries are responsible for green, white and black pepper. The red, fully ripe berries serve as the basis for white pepper. These are put into large bags and softened in water for about a week, which makes it easy to remove the shells from the fruit flesh. As part of this fermentation process, white pepper produces aromatic skatole, which is responsible for the cheesy smell of pepper. The actual seeds are then placed in sunlight and dried. By removing the shell, part of the heat is also lost, which means white pepper is significantly milder than black.
Pepper white, whole

Product information

Art.no.108794
Culinary definition
ideal for spice grinders and for cooking ragouts and casseroles
Storage
Keep closed and store in a dry place!
Packing
Aroma Safe 1200 ml
Net weight 735 g