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Green Peppercorns

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What is it?

Green peppercorns are young berries that are mildly tart and full of heat but lacking in complexity, which makes them best suited for lighter foods, such as vegetables, chicken, and fish. You’ll also find green peppercorns packed in jars of brine; use these whole or chopped in sauces, salad dressings, potato salads, pastas, and spreads.

How to choose:

Try to buy peppercorns from a source with good turnover.

How to store:

Store them away from heat and light (like any spice), and use them within a year. Store jars of opened brined peppercorns in the refrigerator where they will keep for a couple of months.

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