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[mass noun] The dried black berries of the pepper, harvested while still unripe and used either whole or ground as a spice and condiment.
- ‘The salted version often contains spices such as roasted cumin seeds or black pepper.’
- ‘Add the chopped parsley, a little cracked black pepper and serve the fresh Parmesan separately.’
- ‘My favorite dish, however, was tofu cooked on an iron skillet with green peppers, onions and black pepper.’
- ‘Take it out once it is mixed and add the oil, salt, black pepper, cumin and coriander then mix together.’
- ‘Roasted ground cumin and ground black pepper can be sprinkled over fresh yogurt.’
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