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Old 05-09-2021, 06:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Lifeislarge View Post
Pablano or jalapeno?
Asking a Texan this is like asking if they know the difference between salt and pepper.
Old 05-09-2021, 06:39 AM
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Originally Posted by popeyeiii View Post
Asking a Texan this is like asking if they know the difference between salt and pepper.
Could've been one of those California or NY transplants. Maybe the supermarket is dumb but when I see large mild pepper I see pablano. Our jalapenos are 2-3 inches long and have some heat to them (in Florida).


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Maybe you can smuggle the good stuff from across the border.
Old 05-09-2021, 07:32 AM
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https://www.burpee.com/vegetables/pe...z=24&type=grid
Old 05-09-2021, 08:40 AM
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Find a Mexican grocery store, Fiesta, or the like. Get your cilantro, Masa, and other spices there as well.
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Gotta grow your own. I learned from a sub of mine a long time ago. Once plant starts fruiting only water it every other day or every three days. It’ll make em hotter than hell.
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We grow our own vegetables every year-store bought stuff only in winter. Catch your own fish same deal. Best to know where your food comes from.
For us its not a wal mart ever.
Peppers still look the same here.
Old 05-09-2021, 01:04 PM
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Sounds like you're eating Banana peppers ...not even as hot as poblano and 6-8 inches on avg ... I just get the diced jalapenos in a can as I put it on a lot of stuff every day and that makes it handy and quick and it's always hot ...
Old 05-09-2021, 01:12 PM
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Originally Posted by boat user View Post
Sounds like you're eating Banana peppers ...not even as hot as poblano and 6-8 inches on avg ... I just get the diced jalapenos in a can as I put it on a lot of stuff every day and that makes it handy and quick and it's always hot ...
No I know what a banana pepper is too. These are very large jalapenos 100% sure they just have changed around here for about a year and I don't know why. Maybe as someone posted earlier they grow them bigger for poppers.
Anyway we are growing jalapenos and habaneros.
Old 05-10-2021, 12:51 AM
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Wonder what ever happened to the “Agony of defeat “ guy on Wild World of Sports, ie ski jump fail, if you’re old enough to remember
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Get some Ghost Peppers and quit yer 'bitchen........................
Old 05-10-2021, 05:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Bfish View Post
Jalapeno peppers. 8 inches long an no hotter than a bell pepper. Around here anyway. Texas
8" jalapenos?
They're about 3".

Bell peppers have a scoville rating of 0
"most" Jalapenos range from 2,500 to 8,000 scovilles....however there are a couple of varieties that are low in heat, for example, the Senorita Jalapeno is only about 400 scovilles. However, it's also still 3" in size.

I'm thinking you're confusing Anaheim peppers....some varieties that look like large Jalapenos...averaging 6" long, and are very mild...500-2,500 scovilles. They really look like Jalapenos...just larger and milder.

Jalapenos


Anaheims...the dark green ones (they come in a few varieties and colors)




I'm a pepper head....used to enter, and win, hot pepper eating contests...still have some trophies at my office.
For me, things get interesting with Habanero/Scotch Bonnets....as even the hot Jalapenos are mild to me. But ...still even the mildest ones register a few hundred on the scoville scale, and bell peppers are 0.


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Turns out I have been mistaking cucumbers for jalapenos. Hard to tell the difference.

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