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Re: Hottest peppers in the world
« Reply #40 on: September 25, 2018, 11:27:44 PM »
Do not dehydrate them in your house! 2 people I know did it and they cried for weeks.

I can believe that :D
Just chopping them up makes my nose run, and I usually go and have a shower after to make SURE it's all washed off.

Got a makeshift greenhouse set up in an old pig pen at a friends place, and am getting an assortment of chilli plants established. Should extend our growing season a lot, at both ends. It's technically spring here, but it's been snowing today a bit further up the Mt, so not exactly sub tropical chilli growing weather. Some seasons I've had them not really grow until end of December. Hopefully this way the hardier ones will be almost fruiting by then. 

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Re: Hottest peppers in the world
« Reply #41 on: September 27, 2018, 10:34:45 AM »
  That looks like a lot of thought went into that garden.
Man makes plans and God smiles

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