White Pepper Ground)
To a great extent, white pepper is sprinkled on food to preserve the appearance. Since black pepper cannot be hidden and blended with, for instance, white sauce, it would be best to use white pepper for dishes like these. It is also better to opt for white pepper in cream soups and dishes with fish; or any kind of food where you do not want a speck of black dust to appear, but you would still like to maintain a certain flavor. White pepper is also good for marinades, salad dressing, stews, pickling and poached fish.