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      Hotter than Expected

      I had bee eating these off the vine on sandwiches etc and they weren't too hot.

      Add equal amounts of water, vinegar, salt and sugar and these could ignite a rocket into space. Jalapenos, Cherry Stuffers (maybe), Sweet Peppers and garlic. Is there a way to take the heat out of them for next time or are they are what they are?

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      I think the fact you have all the seeds in there you've pretty much got what you got. I would de-seed them next time.

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      It's the seeds.

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      Thanks will remember next time. I was reading the comments from webpage I go the recipe from and people were talking about changing the sugar amount to have an effect on it so I wasn't sure.

      Loving the garden this year. Making use of the peppers this way and having the green onions has been great so far. I wish we had some more sun so my tomatoes would turn.

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      Yep seeds. The sees are what make them hot. They are actually quite mild without the seeds.

      Another thing many people don't realize if you have a grill you can smoke and dry the Jalapenos to make Chipotle peppers the will keep a lot longer and you can use them in much wider variety of ways. They are better in a smoker but a grill will do.

      Making Chipotle Chilies - Smoking Jalapenos

      Another thing I love if you have a lot of them is stuffed and smoked poppers. You can get the rack seen here that keeps them upright on a lot of sites on the web. Amazon obviously.

      Smoked Jalapeo Poppers

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