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TYPES OF PEPPERS

Mario Fatali’s (Yellow Scotch Bonnet Type)

A yellow habanero type. Looks almost like a cross between a habanero and a jolokia. These peppers truly are lethal. The heat is immediate, unbearable, and long lasting. We will continue to grow these bad boys in years to come. Let it be known that these guys are best used in their fresh form. Drying…

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Rat Turds (Pimiento Strain)

During the Summer of 2008 we experimented with a new strain at Central Farms. Rat turds as they are nicknamed have small orange tic tac looking pods. They pack a lot of heat fresh or dried.  [

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Jalapeno Peppers

     Jalapeno peppers are often thought of as the most generic type of hot pepper out there. Generally, they don’t have much kick when freshly picked off the vine. It isn’t until you either roast, steam, or bake them before their true heat comes out. Jalapenos range from around 2,500 to 8,000 Scoville units. Usually you…

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Cayenne Peppers

      Cayenne peppers pack much more of a kick than jalapenos. They range from about 30,000 to 50,000 on the Scoville heat index. Cayenne peppers are usually sold in a dried or ground up form at the grocery store. They are bit harder to find at the supermarket in raw form. Cayenne peppers are quite…

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Habanero Peppers

      For a very long time, habanero peppers were thought to be the hottest peppers on Earth. Habaneros range from about 100,000 to 500,000 on the Scoville heat index. Orange habaneros are the most common variety, and are usually available at your local grocer when they are in season. When you bite into a freshly…

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