Nobody in Brazil will understand "sal e pimenta" as "salt and pepper". For the English condiment "pepper", use "pimenta do reinho". Pimenta is for hot peppers. Pimentão is for bell peppers.
I concur with complaint about lack of clarity in audio
I didnt hear the sal , I heard sou,
It's correct, cause "L" in the end of the syllables, must have the sound of "U" ("oo" like "boot" in English).
Also, there's a difference between "sou" (Eu sou = I am) and "sol" (sun), cause "L" sounds like "U", but this sound must be longer for "sol".
Is 'pimenta' pepper for the vegetable as well, or just the spice?
Is the audio not working for anyone else?