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Learn about the MM used to refer Pepper

We return home from the office after work is completed on a bike or scooter in a hurry. Suddenly there would be a crowd and we slow down. We may get the spicy wind come from the tawa of the nearby roadside roast fish cart shops and disturb eys and make irritation. Everybody faced these situations frequently correct?


So continue to read... let's go next to black pepper ...

The 'mesh size' is a 'sieve' size (an American standard used worldwide for export/import) that allows full black pepper to enter. That's the size of 6MM and 8MM black pepper.

Even more, black pepper is available in more than half - broken / halved / powdered / fine powder as 8,10, 12,14, 18, 28, 30 and 34 mesh sizes.

Black pepper Mesh sizes for various Uses:

ITEM

MESH SIZE

USES

Whole black pepper

6-8MM

Stock/Consomme/Soup

Half Cracked Black Pepper

6-8MM

Roast beef/Baron of beef

Quarter Cracked Pepper

8-10MM

Roast beef/Baron of beef

Coarse Black Pepper

12-14MM

Roast Chicken and Steaks

Table ground black pepper

18-28MM

Table Use

Restaurant ground black pepper

22-28MM

Table Use

Fine ground black pepper

30-34MM

Saucier Station

Ground white pepper

60MM

Sauces and Potatoes


In the table above you can see the details of which mesh size, which number, which type is suitable for cooking.

Number 60 is a very, very nice free-flow black pepper powder that is so thin that it flies in the air (just like the eye-popping roadside fried fish shop's Byadgi chilies mentioned above).


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