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Bajan style chili sauce

Yesterday, 03:23 PM

-6 naga morich/3 petenero/3 caribbean antillais , chopped
-1 cup of carrots, chopped
-2 medium red onions, chopped
-¼ cup of yellow mustard
-¼ cup of herb infused white vinegar
-1 cup of  water
-2 tbsp mild tasting olive oil
-2 tsp curry powder
-1 tsp turmeric
-2  tsp rose salt
-1 tsp ground pepper
Blend all stuff in a food processor or blender until chunky. You can add water a little at time to help blend ingredients more easily.
Transfer the sauce mixture into a sauce pan With the lid on and on medium heat bring the mixture to a boil and cook about 30 minutes.
Remove sauce from heat and immediately add the hot sauce into the sterile bottles or jars using a funnel.
Damn the sauce turned out to be a winner in my book:
Very hot, but oh so good and full of different flavors.

Babia ghost pepper sauce

19 February 2018 - 08:34 AM

I have tasted Babia chili/habanero hot sauces and they are good stuff for the money. However i found this sauce from the local market:





Let me tell you, this sauce is fire in a bottle. This one have a really strong bhut jolokia smell to it, so it must contain pretty high amount of that chili.


Heat: 10/10. Pretty much the upper scale what i tolerate in a sauce, this one is more like a spice in a food and few drops will give a lot of heat to the dish. Tried plenty on top of ryebread+some turkey meat, made my nose runny and my eyes cry.


Taste: 8/10. Very strong fruity bhut jolokia kind of taste and this is not the one to eat with any spoon at all. :rofl:


ingredients in the sauce:

Cane vinegar, ghost pepper, carrot pulp, lemon pulp,salt, onion powder, papaya pulp, citrid acid, passion fruit pulp, xanthan gum, garlic powder and sodium benzoate.

Warrant man pepper company: Aggravated assault and Homicide hot sauces

14 February 2018 - 10:16 AM

Look what i got all the way from America:




Reggie was kind enough to send me some of his sauces, so i am going to taste them and give my impressions about them.


Aggravated assaut hot sauce:


Taste: 8,5/10. I can taste the garlic,onion, bell pepper in there with some of the chilis and not too much winegar either. Good sauce for someone who likes less heat and like more of the taste.

Heat: 7,5/10 Not overly hot sauce, maybe kind of in the medium range.


Overall: 8,5/10


I like the label design in this one and the little handcuffs.


Homicide hot sauce:


Taste: 9/10 Now this is more like what i want in a hot sauce, very nice balance of heat and taste, i can taste the various chilis in there and the winegar balances it out nicely.

Heat:  9/10 Very good slow building heat, but is not overly hot at all. Very nice heat balance in this one.


Overall: 9/10


Nice label design and the little handcuffs are a nice touch.


The clear winner for me was the Homicide hot sauce and both can be eaten just like that with a spoon.




Best most easy to use two part fertilizers for coco coir growing in your opinion?

14 February 2018 - 04:32 AM

I have tested these ones out with very good results:


Nutriforte tomato and strawberry/Nutriforte nitrogen and calcium dry fertilizer. (Really cheap stuff, but now discontinued):


This Nutriforte stuff seems to be just great, when i look at this picture from 2014. Just look at that nice deep green color. :rolleyes:


GHE floramicro/floramato:




B'cuzz coco fertilizer A+B. (work in progress, so no pictures yet)


180w cob led spider growing light

11 February 2018 - 03:56 AM

Very sturdy looking/feeling grow led light, very high quality stuff i would say by the looks of it. Those two domes looks to be made from glass like material and the suspension system is very strong looking too:

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The fans in this one are pretty quiet too:



My smartphone camera cant handle the brightness of the growing light and for naked eye, the color is more like whitish red this time around and not the kind of red color you usually see with the older led growing lights: