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Powerding up my smoked jalapenos, all choked up.

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 Sorry no pics. Wouldn't of worked anywho. Ran us out of kitchen. Mr. Coffee maker grinder I just bought is a killer. Got other peppers to do.  This grinder powderd it up and was unbeilevable. Never thought anything could do such a thing.

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Mask and outdoors works best for that

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I like to grind some rice after I grind peppers. I then use the rice for a fish or chicken coating. It gives it a nice spicy taste.

Happy smoken.

David

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Pineywoods, My thoughts exactly

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Yeah - pepper dust can really knock you for a whallop if you get it in your eyes and lungs. For a small batch it's generally safe to do in your kitchen, but if you are doing a lot of it definately take it outdoors and stand upwind!

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I like to grind some rice after I grind peppers. I then use the rice for a fish or chicken coating. It gives it a nice spicy taste.

Happy smoken.

David

Hey Mule, is that cooked rice or dry uncooked rice you grind afterward?

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