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Fleet Farm was having a sale so just for fun I picked up some warm peppers to try this year.

Got a few
Carolina Reapers, Scoville heat units: 1,569,300 - 2,200,000

Trinidad Chocolate scorpion peppers. Scoville heat units (SHU): 1,200,000 – 2,000,000

Ghost Peppers, Scoville heat units: 855,000 – 1,041,427

 

Just for contrast Jalapeno Pepper Scoville rating are only: 2,500 – 8,000

 

These could bam up my home made Hot sauce, Chili and Hot Wings a bit later this summer!  :lol:

 

 

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After putting a few in the pickling jars and hot sauce they sure turn out good cold smoked and dried out for seasoning. But then again the boobs above know nothing of that..;)

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These started plants?

 

I have some reaper powder I use on my eggs and chicken... yumm yummm

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4 hours ago, ZachD said:

These started plants?

 

I have some reaper powder I use on my eggs and chicken... yumm yummm

 

Yes, Fleet is having a sale in their garden center. Bought two of each should be fun to see how they grown.

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43 minutes ago, leech~~ said:

 

Yes, Fleet is having a sale in their garden center. Bought two of each should be fun to see how they grown.

I may have to pick some up I never had time to start my seeds indoors this year

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Things are growing Hotter in the garden!

The Carolina Reapers, Trinidad Chocolate scorpions and Ghost Peppers are on their way. They look as nasty and mean as they are hot! :)

 

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24 minutes ago, KEN W said:

darn......how can you guys eat that stuff....Jalapenos are to hot for me.:crazy::eek:

 

Drops at a time Grasshopper! Just don't let your mascara run when your crying like the little girls above!  :lol:

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Actually,I didn't use the word darn.I can't imagine trying to eat a pepper with 2,000,000 Scoville units. 2,000 is to hot for me.

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22 hours ago, bobbymalone said:

Is there anything to these things beyond just straight fire?  I feel like any sort of flavor they could impart is buried by flames.

 

Bob, I make Hot sauce out of them. They provide the heat and other less hot peppers and other ingredients give the flavor. :P

I would never eat them straight like the little brainless cuties above. :lol:

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14 hours ago, leech~~ said:

 

Bob, I make Hot sauce out of them. They provide the heat and other less hot peppers and other ingredients give the flavor. :P

I would never eat them straight like the little brainless cuties above. :lol:

So like a couple drops per jar?

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1 hour ago, bobbymalone said:

So like a couple drops per jar?

 

No a couple peppers in the mix, per jar.  Then you just use a few drops per bowl of chili. ;)

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Me and my BIL did this to my sister. She wasn't boisterous or drinking but very gullible. We gave her a scotch bonnet pepper and said it tasted just like a green pepper, which she likes. Needless to say, she stood by the garbage can spitting for about a half hour. She tried beer, milk, ect... but nothing helped except for time.

 

I felt bad and I'm still waiting for the payback as I know it's coming eventually. 

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3 minutes ago, outdoors247 said:

Me and my BIL did this to my sister. She wasn't boisterous or drinking but very gullible. We gave her a scotch bonnet pepper and said it tasted just like a green pepper, which she likes. Needless to say, she stood by the garbage can spitting for about a half hour. She tried beer, milk, ect... but nothing helped except for time.

 

I felt bad and I'm still waiting for the payback as I know it's coming eventually. 

 

Oh what an A-O you were. :(     :lol::D:P 

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any of you hot pepper heads grown Thia Chili Peppers??????? i use them to zing up some pickles and pickled green beans. i used to get them from a friend, but we aintz friends no more. they would dry them. havent really paid much attention at the greenhouses if they carry them. sometime down the road i'm gonna need some!!!!!!  

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1 hour ago, smurfy said:

any of you hot pepper heads grown Thia Chili Peppers??????? i use them to zing up some pickles and pickled green beans. i used to get them from a friend, but we aintz friends no more. they would dry them. havent really paid much attention at the greenhouses if they carry them. sometime down the road i'm gonna need some!!!!!! 

 

I thought about them and they are Hot but not as hot as the deadly three!  ;)

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