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At last, a source for sparkling fresh, aromatic Sichuan pepper!
I also received a bag of "Prickly Ash" which Sichuan Pepper is sometimes called... but it is NOT a Frontier product, and it was basically stale and junk.
I actually got a full refund because I wrote to Frontier and sent photos and they said they were false advertising.
Bought these a few years ago and still have LOTS of them left. I should have purchased a smaller amount, since one doesn't cook with these just every day. Read morePublished 13 days ago by M. Stone
I needed these peppercorns to make salted duck eggs and I had a deadline. The product arrived on schedule, was packaged very nicely, but more importantly, they were of the best... Read morePublished 6 months ago by John
I heard a story about these and had to try them. No disappointment! I look forward to all the different ways i can use these.Published 6 months ago by F. Hunter
This was a different brand than advertised and was quite seedy. With Sichuan peppercorns, you only want to use the husks because they are the source of the flavor. Read morePublished 8 months ago by D. Sylvestre
I was so happy to see this item on the website. But when I finally received the bag, I was disappointed!
The Sichuan Peppercorns are old and no flavor at all! Read more
I also received a bag of "Prickly Ash" which Sichuan Pepper is technically called. But it is NOT Frontier product packaging (it was "super" brand a standard low... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Brent Schatz
.I hate these long reviewes just get to the point did it get there and was it as shown works great and ad shownPublished 14 months ago by Alan R.
This is a great spice to have but you need to crush it finely so you don't chew on the pods.Published 15 months ago by MrsMaltese92614
I have to say. . . okay, it's a LOT of peppercorns, especially Sichuan peppercorns. I may have these for the rest of my life. . . Read morePublished 19 months ago by dan stevens