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Piper borbonense is a species of plant in the Piper genus. A close relative of black pepper, its berries are used as a spice known as voatsiperifery, which comes from voa, the Malagasy word for fruit, and tsiperifery, the local name of the plant. A wild pepper, it grows in Madagascar.
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- Vogl, Martin (11 February 2016). "Can tsiperifery replace black pepper on our tables?". BBC News. Retrieved 12 February 2016.
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