Pepper oil is an extremely integral part of Arde cuisine as are pepper broths. Made from infusing vegetable or seed oil with hot peppers, it is used in everything from stir-frys to condiments for charred meats.
Popular varieties include Odsoveño oil (fairly spicy, but with a slightly sweet flavor), Odsonero oil (quite spicy with a citrus-like taste), and the infamous Odsogorhen (extremely spicy, uncomfortably so to those no accustomed to such heat).
Because it is such a loved ingredient in Arde culture, the market for oil/spices is booming. A trip to an Arde market is not complete without viewing the many new varieties of oils, dried spices, and seeds.
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