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post #21 of 28


What's the best way to preserve Jalapenos? Can, dehydrate, freeze ....

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What's the best way to preserve Jalapenos? Can, dehydrate, freeze ....

We dry ours, can some, pickle and can some. We also vac pack and freeze them. If you vac pack them freeze them for a day the pack them.

We also smoke them then dry them, grind them. that turns the jalapeño into chipotle powder.
post #23 of 28

Looks like Wal-mart has Jalapenos for 88 cent/lb. We are moving back to Minot ND next week so I guess a cooler full of peppers are planned.

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Looks like Wal-mart has Jalapenos for 88 cent/lb. We are moving back to Minot ND next week so I guess a cooler full of peppers are planned.

I gotts to check it out.

Thanks
post #25 of 28

I guess it depends on what part of the country you are in. I plant a few every year and have more than enough for my Wife and I. Just got through planting 2 hot Jalapenos and 2 TAMU which are mild Jalapenos, also a couple of banana peppers, bell peppers and I'm waiting on the cherry pepper plants.  They all seem to do real good around here

 

Gary 

post #26 of 28

I also grow hot peppers,jalepinos,ghost peppers and marougo scorpions and this year carolina reepers also.

post #27 of 28

We're in Dallas now so it stands to reason that they'd be less expensive down here.

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We're in Dallas now so it stands to reason that they'd be less expensive down here.

Just seen 1.99 a lb here.
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