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Chilie Peppers - how they act
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Big Anthony Offline
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Chilie Peppers - how they act
Hey all you experienced Qers out there, I have a question. I am working on a new recipe and I need to know if there is a pepper out there that hits you initially, but then backs off quickly. I guess it would be the opposite of cayenne, which works its way up and sticks with you for a while. Any tips would be appreciated! 8)
06-21-2008 11:06 AM
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Re: Chilie Peppers - how they act
Try a "Fresno" pepper. Its a mild version of the Jalepeno. Hope this helps.

Jeff
06-21-2008 11:28 PM
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Black pepper.
06-23-2008 09:36 AM
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Thanks guys, i'll give it a try. I hadn't even thought of black pepper! And it's been sitting there in front of me all this time...
07-09-2008 09:32 PM
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