White Ground Pepper
White ground pepper has a sneak attack of heat without changing the look of your dish. It’s derived from the same vine-fruits as black pepper, but after harvesting, white corns are soaked in water to remove their outer skin, which gives them a slight fermented taste.
The flavor of white pepper is still distinctly peppery; however, it’s different from black pepper. When soaked in water, it gives the seasoning a slight fermented taste.
Ingredients: Ground dried white peppercorns—fine grain