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Washing Up
Jul 12, 2010
I've acquired a large bag of ground Long Pepper to be used as a medicine but I understand that it is also used in cooking. Apparently it was most popular in Europe for a very long time, until black pepper, which is much cheaper to produce, replaced it.

Has anyone here ever used it in cooking? It is hotter than black pepper, with a sweetish edge, at least when you sniff it.

I have way too much and want to use it up. Thanx.

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