Yes. Those are the ones. I think some people call some other type of pepper a piquin, also...so it gets confusing. The ones I had seemed about as hot as an habanero. My tex-mex buddy called them "chili de merda" or something. It meant "chili from the forest". He says they grow on the forrest floor.Originally Posted by Deacon Earp
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Swany, do you mist them only with water? I usually use a little vinegar mixture to keep the aphids and such off of my garden plants, but some plants can not tolerate it.
Little bit of tobacco soaked in the mix works also. Yes vinegar.
To all the hot pepper oils release a bodies natural high called endomorphins which also alleviate such things as arthritic pains and swelling. Many other benifits to releasing endomorphins. Many in South America actually soak their arthritic hands in Habanero before work each day.
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I ate some of those little buggers last year at deer camp.I was in the bush when nature called.Had to find a creek to keep from catching the woods on fire!!.I'll stick with nice cool "Texas Pete" from now on.
Texas Pete is not too bad, but a little on the mild side for me. I use it but I spice it up with some habanero ground up. Now, that's what I call good.
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