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Rex
Tuesday, May 27, 2008, 10:33am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Why is Black Pepper an avoid for me?  It's so hard to find foods that do not include black pepper as an ingredient.
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Rex if you check the typebase you will find for a BT O it is alright to have fresh ground pepper.
  At the top of the page is a link to the TYPEbase, it has all the foods listed.
Some of the foods have changed status over time.


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Rex
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Andrea AWsec...Oh that's so great...I should check the typebase more often...thanks so much for making me aware of this.  

Britlitgal...I recently looked at Amy's Organic soups thinking that it might be ok but there in the ingredients at the end of the list was black pepper.  I go out on my boat often & canned foods are easier to store on long trips.  That's why I look for canned goods.  At home, I make my own foods then I have control over what ingredients I put into my recipe.  
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Mayflowers
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I got this tip from Ribbit, I hope it's legal..lol..white pepper.
I've been using it in place of black pepper.
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I got this tip from Ribbit, I hope it's legal..lol..white pepper.
I've been using it in place of black pepper.


http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?291
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?603

It's a rating for fresh ground and for commercial ground peppercorns, black or white. The color is of no help to you. What may matter is fresh or commercial ground, the mold aspect.
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I recently looked at Amy's Organic soups thinking that it might be ok but there in the ingredients at the end of the list was black pepper.  I go out on my boat often & canned foods are easier to store on long trips.  That's why I look for canned goods.


The ingredients list is normally in decreasing order so there will only be a small amount of the last item on the list.  Unless you find that it affects you badly you're probably ok with commercial black pepper in canned food once in a while.  
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I didn't see white pepper listed in any diet so it may be an error by omission or it could be that it is a neutral for everyone. It is anyone's guess so maybe you can get it from the horse's mouth, Mayflowers! Let us know. Who knows I might be able to eat the stuff, but I would hate to buy it and find that it bothered me too.  
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I didn't see white pepper listed in any diet so it may be an error by omission or it could be that it is a neutral for everyone.


It is clearly listed in the BTD Typebase. It is not neutral for everyone, it has the same rating as black peppercorn. This is a BTD board. Mayflowers' private SWAMI list applies to her, not to others on the board.
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think it is a neutral for explorers.....
could be a neutral for all if left out on purpose....
or simply considered equal to the pepper category in general, as previously mentioned by Lloyd..


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think it is a neutral for explorers.....
could be a neutral for all if left out on purpose....
or simply considered equal to the pepper category in general, as previously mentioned by Lloyd..



Well, one "dose" of it would tell me if it is a flat out avoid for me personally. I have a friend who collects every spice known to man so I will try this at her house!
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Mayflowers
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I don't know, I've been using it this week and now..my stomach seemed more sensitive..  If it's not listed in the GTD anywhere it has to be a neutral..but I better treat it like a black dot ...uuuhhh.
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