POPSUGAR Food Poll Do You Cook With Freshly Ground Black Pepper? by partysugar 5/14/07 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Follow us on Pinterest Read More Black PepperSpicesPoll POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter Personalize Home Food DIY Tech Love and Sex Vegetarian Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. chancleta 8 years For years I thought I liked black pepper. That is until I bought a pepper mill and realized that fresh ground black pepper is icky to me.Goes to show the difference between ground and freshly ground! chancleta 8 years For years I thought I liked black pepper. That is until I bought a pepper mill and realized that fresh ground black pepper is icky to me. Goes to show the difference between ground and freshly ground! SU3 8 years I use it most of the time. SU3 8 years I use it most of the time. SeptemberLights 8 years I love fresh ground pepper! There is no substitution...i use it on everything! GeikoSera 8 years Always fresh!!! GeikoSera 8 years Always fresh!!! nutella2683 8 years ditto jhuck... or if it's used in a homemade soup, even the littlest bit, buuuurns my throat. any pepper's better than bland that's for sure. ccsugar 8 years I don't have a "fabulously chic" grinder (unless you count a plastic costco grinder as "fabulously chic"), but I do use fresh ground black pepper frequently! LuciLu 8 years I love William Sonoma's pepper grinders! The boyfriend is obsessed with them! :) vmruby 8 years Yes I do......I love freshly ground pepper. jhuck 8 years I'm not a pepper fan at all. Makes me sneeze far too much even if I taste it susanec 8 years I use the multicolor peppercorns too. crispet1 8 years Oh gosh, how could you not? crispet1 8 years Oh gosh, how could you not? CestLaVie 8 years I finally got a cute/chic mini grinder for Xmas last year, keep it by my stove next to table salt and use it all the time. verily 8 years I never use the old ground stuff I keep in a cheap shaker. I've got a nice wooden grinder and four color peppercorns (supercheap if you have a store with a bulk spice section). I grind fresh pepper on everything.