{"id":1010552504435,"title":"Chili Peppers - 40,000 HU! - Bulk Organic","handle":"chili-peppers-40-000-hu-bulk-organic","description":"Our organic whole Chili Peppers are 40,000 heat units and perfect for your spicy recipe or soup! The best dried chiles are the ones that have been sun dried such as the ones here at Florida Herb House. If possible, buy loose, rather than packaged chile peppers so that you can examine them closely. Dried chiles should have a rich (not dusty), uniform color, unbroken skins and a slight flexibility. Don't buy those with skin blemishes. Select chilies that are still a little flexible and not dried to a crisp. Dried chiles should be used within 1 year of production. Store in a cool and dry area or in a very airtight container (tightly sealed jar or freezer bag) in the refrigerator.Be careful when you handle any kind of chile peppers. They contain oils which can burn your skin and especially your eyes. Avoid direct contact as much as possible. Many cooks wear rubber gloves while handling chilies, or or generously grease your fingers with any kind of shortening (even the cooking sprays can help). In any case, after you have worked with them, be sure to wash your hands and nails thoroughly with soap and water. Like cayenne pepper, red chili peppers are available throughout the year to add zest to flavorful dishes around the world and health to those brave enough to risk their fiery heat. This is the plant that puts fire on your tongue and maybe even a tear in your eye when you eat spicy Mexican, simmering Szechuan, smoldering Indian, or torrid Thai food. Chili peppers belong to the family of foods bearing the Latin name Capsicum. Chili peppers contain a substance called capsaicin, which gives peppers their characteristic pungence, producing mild to intense spice when eaten. Capsaicin is a potent inhibitor of substance P, a neuropeptide associated with inflammatory processes. The hotter the chili pepper, the more capsaicin it contains. The hottest varieties include habanero and Scotch bonnet peppers. Jalapenos are next in their heat and capsaicin content, followed by the milder varieties, including Spanish pimentos, and Anaheim and Hungarian cherry peppers. Capsaicin is being studied as an effective treatment for sensory nerve fiber disorders, including pain associated with arthritis, psoriasis, and diabetic neuropathy. When animals injected with a substance that causes inflammatory arthritis were fed a diet that contained capsaicin, they had delayed onset of arthritis, and also significantly reduced paw inflammation. Packed Fresh To Order In Our Flavor Savor Foil Bags! Florida Herb House guarantees the best herbs and spices all year round!\r\n\r\nMost Familiar Types Of Chilies:Chili peppers are available year round and in the United States they are mainly grown in California, New Mexico and Texas.Anaheim: Very mild. Six to eight inches in size and deep, shiny green. Often stuffed or added to salsas.Ancho: Dried or fresh poblano pepper. Dried anchos are flat, wrinkled, and heart shaped. They range in color from very dark red to almost black. Anchos are mild to moderately hot and often soaked and ground for use in sauces. Cayenne: From four to twelve inches in length. Deep green, yellow, orange, or red. Long, skinny, and wrinkled in appearance. Hot in taste. Cherry: Round and red like a cherry. Sold fresh or pickled in jars, these peppers range from mild to moderately hot. Habanero (Scotch Bonnet): Typically yellow-orange but they can be green, red, or orange. These peppers are lantern shaped and typically about 2 inches long. The hottest pepper grown commercially; intense fiery flavor; a unique floral flavor and an extremely intense heat that affects the nasal passages.Jalapeno: Most often green when mature but sometimes red. They are very hot, with an immediate bite. 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Store in a cool and dry area or in a very airtight container (tightly sealed jar or freezer bag) in the refrigerator.Be careful when you handle any kind of chile peppers. They contain oils which can burn your skin and especially your eyes. Avoid direct contact as much as possible. Many cooks wear rubber gloves while handling chilies, or or generously grease your fingers with any kind of shortening (even the cooking sprays can help). In any case, after you have worked with them, be sure to wash your hands and nails thoroughly with soap and water. Like cayenne pepper, red chili peppers are available throughout the year to add zest to flavorful dishes around the world and health to those brave enough to risk their fiery heat. This is the plant that puts fire on your tongue and maybe even a tear in your eye when you eat spicy Mexican, simmering Szechuan, smoldering Indian, or torrid Thai food. Chili peppers belong to the family of foods bearing the Latin name Capsicum. Chili peppers contain a substance called capsaicin, which gives peppers their characteristic pungence, producing mild to intense spice when eaten. Capsaicin is a potent inhibitor of substance P, a neuropeptide associated with inflammatory processes. The hotter the chili pepper, the more capsaicin it contains. The hottest varieties include habanero and Scotch bonnet peppers. Jalapenos are next in their heat and capsaicin content, followed by the milder varieties, including Spanish pimentos, and Anaheim and Hungarian cherry peppers. Capsaicin is being studied as an effective treatment for sensory nerve fiber disorders, including pain associated with arthritis, psoriasis, and diabetic neuropathy. When animals injected with a substance that causes inflammatory arthritis were fed a diet that contained capsaicin, they had delayed onset of arthritis, and also significantly reduced paw inflammation. Packed Fresh To Order In Our Flavor Savor Foil Bags! 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The hottest pepper grown commercially; intense fiery flavor; a unique floral flavor and an extremely intense heat that affects the nasal passages.Jalapeno: Most often green when mature but sometimes red. They are very hot, with an immediate bite. Use whenever recipe simply calls for hot chile peppers. They can be fresh or canned. When smoked, jalapenos are called chipotles.Poblano: Poblano peppers look like small bell peppers and are mild to hot on the hotness scale. They can be fresh or canned. Serrano: Sold red or mature green and about 1 to 4 inches in length. Moderate to very hot with an intense bite. Can be found canned, pickled, or packed in oil with vegetables. Often served in Thai or Mexican dishes. "}

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Our organic whole Chili Peppers are 40,000 heat units and perfect for your spicy recipe or soup! The best dried chiles are the ones that have been sun dried such as the ones here at Florida Herb House. If possible, buy loose, rather than packaged chile peppers so that you can examine them closely. Dried chiles should have a rich (not dusty), uniform color, unbroken skins and a slight flexibility. Don't buy those with skin blemishes. Select chilies that are still a little flexible and not dried to a crisp. Dried chiles should be used within 1 year of production. Store in a cool and dry area or in a very airtight container (tightly sealed jar or freezer bag) in the refrigerator.Be careful when you handle any kind of chile peppers. They contain oils which can burn your skin and especially your eyes. Avoid direct contact as much as possible. Many cooks wear rubber gloves while handling chilies, or or generously grease your fingers with any kind of shortening (even the cooking sprays can help). In any case, after you have worked with them, be sure to wash your hands and nails thoroughly with soap and water. Like cayenne pepper, red chili peppers are available throughout the year to add zest to flavorful dishes around the world and health to those brave enough to risk their fiery heat. This is the plant that puts fire on your tongue and maybe even a tear in your eye when you eat spicy Mexican, simmering Szechuan, smoldering Indian, or torrid Thai food. Chili peppers belong to the family of foods bearing the Latin name Capsicum. Chili peppers contain a substance called capsaicin, which gives peppers their characteristic pungence, producing mild to intense spice when eaten. Capsaicin is a potent inhibitor of substance P, a neuropeptide associated with inflammatory processes. The hotter the chili pepper, the more capsaicin it contains. The hottest varieties include habanero and Scotch bonnet peppers. Jalapenos are next in their heat and capsaicin content, followed by the milder varieties, including Spanish pimentos, and Anaheim and Hungarian cherry peppers. Capsaicin is being studied as an effective treatment for sensory nerve fiber disorders, including pain associated with arthritis, psoriasis, and diabetic neuropathy. When animals injected with a substance that causes inflammatory arthritis were fed a diet that contained capsaicin, they had delayed onset of arthritis, and also significantly reduced paw inflammation. Packed Fresh To Order In Our Flavor Savor Foil Bags! Florida Herb House guarantees the best herbs and spices all year round! Most Familiar Types Of Chilies:Chili peppers are available year round and in the United States they are mainly grown in California, New Mexico and Texas.Anaheim: Very mild. Six to eight inches in size and deep, shiny green. Often stuffed or added to salsas.Ancho: Dried or fresh poblano pepper. Dried anchos are flat, wrinkled, and heart shaped. They range in color from very dark red to almost black. Anchos are mild to moderately hot and often soaked and ground for use in sauces. Cayenne: From four to twelve inches in length. Deep green, yellow, orange, or red. Long, skinny, and wrinkled in appearance. Hot in taste. Cherry: Round and red like a cherry. Sold fresh or pickled in jars, these peppers range from mild to moderately hot. Habanero (Scotch Bonnet): Typically yellow-orange but they can be green, red, or orange. These peppers are lantern shaped and typically about 2 inches long. The hottest pepper grown commercially; intense fiery flavor; a unique floral flavor and an extremely intense heat that affects the nasal passages.Jalapeno: Most often green when mature but sometimes red. They are very hot, with an immediate bite. Use whenever recipe simply calls for hot chile peppers. They can be fresh or canned. When smoked, jalapenos are called chipotles.Poblano: Poblano peppers look like small bell peppers and are mild to hot on the hotness scale. They can be fresh or canned. Serrano: Sold red or mature green and about 1 to 4 inches in length. Moderate to very hot with an intense bite. Can be found canned, pickled, or packed in oil with vegetables. Often served in Thai or Mexican dishes.