Green pepper is the unripe form of black pepper. It is collected in this state and kept unripe through a method of dehydration.
Green pepper has a more refined, fruity and fresh flavor than black pepper. It can be used to flavor chicken and sauces, it can be added in pickled vegetables, on meats that require a slow cooking time and even in pasta and marinades.
Just like black pepper, green pepper has a plethora of health benefits. It has diuretic and perspirant properties and can help flush out and eliminate toxins from the body. It can promote digestion and help relieve or prevent dyspepsia. It can also prevent excess gas from forming in the gut and can act as a powerful stomachic. Also, it has hemostatic and antibacterial properties and if applied on a small cut or wound, it can help with blood clotting and prevent an infection.
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