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Village Idiot

How long do you let the pepper sauce "age"? I've got some going now.

For some odd reason, the forum says I don't have permission to message you.


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  • henapplehenapple Posts: 15,574
    He's blocked you... >:)
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  • MCN,

    I'd say about 3 months.  Before I moved a couple of months ago, I had two chile pequin bushes.  I'd start a batch when there were a bunch of ripe (red) ones on the bush.  Then, as more became ripe, I'd add to the bottle.  You can really go by smell.  Uncork the bottle and sniff.  If it smells hot or burns your eyes, it's ready.
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  • henapple said:
    He's blocked you... >:)
    Damn !  I thought I was blocking YOU, henapple.
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  • henapplehenapple Posts: 15,574
    This place used to be a lot nicer... I like it better now.
    Green egg, dead animal and alcohol. The "Boro".. TN 
  • Ha thanks man. Recently I've been given a lot of peppers. Excited about trying some new recipes.

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  • If they're hot, make pepper jelly.  I made some out of serranos.  Mahvelous !
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  • I've had two people give me some peppers and they we're both poor historians. I can obviously tell which are jalapeños, bell's, and cayenne. But the ones in the picture I'm still not sure on. I've seen some long finger peppers that could be the red ones. And the little ones might be a Thai. But I don't know. They smell hot. The small ones are hard right now, almost waxy. Some have turned red but they are still hard. The bigger ones have a soft worn leather like skin.


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  • There's only one way to tell.  Man up and taste them.   :-O   :-&
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  • Stupid thing still won't let me

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