Black pepper, crushed, crushed, quartered into large pieces, is used in both savory dishes and sweet dishes. We find it forming part of a multitude of mixtures from different countries, such as curry or masala (India), shichimi toragashi (seven Japanese spices that replace the more expensive sechuan pepper), baharat (Gulf coast), zhoug (Yemen) and ras el hanout (Morocco). It also appears in the preparation of sauces, such as beamesa or white mustard. In desserts, combine with fresh strawberries, chocolate and gingerbread, etc. span>
· According to Annex II of EU Regulation No. 1169/2011, it is not an allergenic ingredient.
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Keep in a cool and dry place p>
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Maximum of 5 years from packaging
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