My second harvest of every year always goes straight into my giant food dehydrator to eventually become powder. If you don't want to go the oven route and lack a food dehydrator, you can split them in half and leave them sitting around in an area with good air movement for several weeks. They'll dry naturally. Frozen and fresh superhots have a ton of awesome uses, but powder can legitimately be thrown onto and into everything. So good!
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Motorcycles, Brewing, Chiles, Firearms, Reading, Writing, Mechanical Engineering
Got an inoperable brain tumor. It tried to kill me for 10 years, but we're cool now. Treatment left my blood toxic to humans. I eat fire and bleed death. It's pretty rad.
Favorite Hot Pepper
Fatalii and Scotch Bonnets
Favorite Hot Sauce
Any with a heavy vinegar base.
Chili... Beans or No Beans?
Favorite Beverage with Fiery Food
My own beers.
7-Pot Chartreuse [Overwintered Mutant Golf Ball Maker]
7-Pot Primo Yellow [Overwintered]
Black King Naga
Romy6's Green Hornet [Gnarly Mutant Strain]
Kraken Chocolate Scorpion
Peach Wasp Cross [Hybridized Mutant I'm Working On]
Peruvian Red Rocoto
TFM Scotch Bonnet