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From the twisted mind of chili pepper scientist, ‘Smokin’ Ed Currie, Pepper X is so hot, that it’ll make you doubt your sanity and question all of your life choices (but in a good way). Even though it packs intense heat, it’s countered by a surprising sweetness and faint fruity notes that will have you coming back for more, time and time again.
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This pepper is known by several other names including the Piri Piri, Thai chili, Bird’s Eye chili, and Bird’s Eye Chili. There are two schools of thought on how this pepper got its name. One idea is it was named for one of the prominent ways its seeds spread: through birds. Although you might think that birds would be sensitive to the heat of these chilies, that’s actually not the case. Birds can’t detect the heat from capsaicin the way people can. The other theory for how Bird’s Eye peppers got their name is that the stem of these peppers resembles a Bird’s Eye.
  • 5 min read
This pepper is native to South America but was brought to Europe by Columbus in the 1400s. Today, many of these peppers still grow in South America, although you can commonly find them in India, Mexico, parts of Africa, and the United States. Basically, these peppers will grow in any tropical or sub-tropical region where you plant them.
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If you think you may have a record-holder on your hands, you’ll have some more work to do. Check out Guinness World Records’ website for the official guidelines on applying as well as collecting and submitting evidence that proves your pepper is a record holder. You will need a signed statement of authentication from an expert in horticulture. You’ll also need at least two witnesses who will have to give their own statements and submit them to Guinness.
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For hot chili junkies, the burn is one of the attractive things about the peppers. But if the burn ends up being too much for you, there are ways you can find relief. If you’re about to eat or cook a meal with hot peppers, here are some helpful methods to ease the burn in your mouth or on your skin.
  • 3 min read
If you think you’re ready to take on the challenge of growing your own chili peppers, then wait no more! Today we’re going to tell you everything you need to know about how to plant chili seeds and some things to look out for in the process. Keep in mind that growing your own chili peppers is not the most difficult task in the world, but it does require a good amount of TLC and most of all patience.
  • 4 min read

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