- Aji Peruvian Peppers
- Coconut Oil
Wipe down a baking sheet with coconut oil, spray is easier. Place the yung ones on the pan, not touching. Cook for 1 hour at 175°F. Sprinkle some savory salt. Enjoy the # S P I C E W A V E 9 7.
Serve with a side of Bahamian Goats obviously, cooked the same way.
Name: Apis Mellifera
Beads? No, bees. They’re great, aren’t they? This is the European Honey Bee, otherwise known as the Western Honey Bee. It is the most common of all 40 other bee species. Buzzzzzz.
Don’t feel like carrying around a tiny paint brush, painting tiny pepper flowers to pollinate? Are people pointing and laughing from afar? Then you need to ask for the help of the honey bee, an expert pollinator. The honey bee is the most important insect for pollinating crops. Just how much?
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One of the most underground peppers available. Very sweet and fruity! Taste is similar to the Jamy, but, a little more tropical. Fairly long pods with a medium heat. Great spice to this for a baccatum–the burn sticks around for quite a long time on the lips. In the dark!
Native to Guyana, which at the time of this posting, is under threat from a Venezuelan territorial dispute. I think this is more to do with the PI 199506 than silly borders.
Seriously though, how are babbies formed?
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Hello, thank you for reading another fancy installment of the underground pepper blog. We are a bit sadwave because we are moving, but there is always peppers to spice up your life! You know what they say, home is where the fresh peppers are. Today, we have the Dong Xuan Market Pepper to review.
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These bright red peppers remind me of the sunset level on Rad Racer, they’re that chill. And FAST.
One the largest baccatums I’ve seen. By far, one of the most underground and sexy peppers. They out there. However, in terms of spice, little or no heat to this one. Very mildwave.
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Bolivia, Colombia, and Peru
One of the more popular baccatum peppers–these boys are very popular in Peru. Definitely a great introduction into the capsicum baccatum family since the pleasant and subdued flavor isn’t overwhelming.
Similar to the Aji Santa Cruz with the addition of a nice heat. Almost identical to the Aji Amarillo, with some sites calling it the same pepper. However, the difference seems to be this one ripens to a red instead of a dark orange like the Aji Amarillo. In addition, they also have different PI numbers.
These are perfect for those long drives down SR 1. Generally harvested when green for salsa, and absolutely delicious. Stay tuned for more updates on this fantastic pep.
One of the best peppers you will have the pleasure of running into. Baccatum champion in the taste category and also ranks highly on the most underground peppers list.
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Type: Capsicum Baccatum
The Aji Omnicolor is quite a nice yung pep which has seemed to grow in popularity over the years. Let me tell you why. This little jerkface goes through the colors purple, palewave yellow, then orange, and finally settling on red, which is quite neat. They apparently have different flavors at every color as well.
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