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Since the Roman times, Pepper has been the most important spice.
The cities of Alexandria, Genoa, and Venice owed their economic success to Pepper.
Three thousand year old Sanskrit literature mentions Pepper. It was one of the earliest items traded
Asia and Europe. In 1101, victorious Genovese soldiers were each given two pounds of Pepper as a gift for
their successful Palestinian conquest.
In the Middle Ages, Europeans often used Pepper to pay rent,
dowries, and taxes, and Shakespeare mentions Pepper in his plays. The need for Pepper inspired Spanish
exploration and spice trade in the 15th century.
Pepper is the dried berry of Piper nigrum. This vine which can grow up to ten feet tall is indigenous to
India and Asia. Pepper is actually berries that are picked about nine months after flowering.
(This is true pepper, and should not be confused with paprika, cayenne pepper, chili pepper, red pepper,
or bell pepper, which are fruits from the capiscum family.)
Pepper is a universal table condiment used to flavor all types of dishes in cuisines worldwide.
It's commonly used in stocks, pickling, and sausages.