Black Pepper

Start at the beginning: the pepper plant, cultivated from India to Indonesia to Madagascar, into prolonged pepper vines covered around trees, latticework, and homes surrounding.

The fruit of these climbing vines ripens to a radiant, pungent red; from there, they are dried to either jet-black peppercorns or the mystifying white pepper. If you know anything about cooking, you’ve probably heard about the different varieties of pepper. There’s black and white pepper, both of which have unique tastes and uses.