I have a lot of peppers right now. I'm planning to make a lot of sauce this winter. But the volume I have is dwindling. I assume this is the case for most folks here. Are there those who would want to buy fresh gourmet super hots during the winter season?
Peppers in Winter
Posted 07 November 2018 - 09:29 AM
Not sure my friend. I do not want to take advantage of my fellow chileheads. And I'm not sure if I'm going to use them all myself. But I see growth slowing. And there may not be enough peppers of any kind to make my blended pepper sauce. So, I'll end up with a bunch of odds and ends peppers. No reason to let them go to waste. I have about 12 varieties right now. Anything from Douglah to Moruga to 7pot to Trinidad to Sugar Rush. I'm willing to come to a consensus with you guys. I do not think it would be good to sell specific pepper. I'd have to do variety packs with a good blend of what is in the garden. Maybe 3 ounce variety packs. Just enough to get some of you over the winter blues. Not sure what that would be worth to you folks though?
The Flavor Behind The Heat
Posted 07 November 2018 - 12:12 PM
What is SFRB?
To expand on what Edmick said, most sellers pack a small flat rate box full of peppers. I'm not sure on what the pepper weight in a SFRB is...
For reference when I buy an SFRB I probably get 15-20 larger peppers (Fatalli, JPGS, Bhuts, etc.,) in an SFRB and there are usually some smaller peppers packed into the empty space between the big ones.
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