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 Post subject: Re: Bell Peppers
PostPosted: Sat Jan 14, 2012 4:22 am 
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Doug RR wrote:
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It's been a very long time since I've cooked stuffed bell peppers. Way too long.


I will admit to actually liking these..at least the way my mom made them growing up



and by that you mean colorful

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 Post subject: Re: Bell Peppers
PostPosted: Sat Jan 14, 2012 5:10 pm 
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I eat yellow and orange bell peppers nightly in my salad. I love them.

Green are no bueno. Red is fine but yellow and orange much better.

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 Post subject: Re: Bell Peppers
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Personal opinion, SP. After having peppers with higher concentrations of capsaicin in them, the bell peppers are worthless. "Once you go black, you never go back."

:? Capsaicin is what makes peppers spicy. No one eats green bell peppers for spiciness.

No shit, Sherlock.


.....the use of the word "higher" in your statement implies a moving from a place of necessary concentration to that "higher" place of concentration, i.e. the spicy peppers you speak of. The only logical place where one could place your implication of the "lower" necessary concentration would be on the back of that bell pepper, whether it be worthless, green, bleh, meh, or racy.

Requiring no special detectivity skills with which to do so, "bard d." drew the exact and correct implication from your post as it was written.

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 Post subject: Re: Bell Peppers
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knee tunes wrote:
px wrote:
bart d. wrote:
px wrote:
Personal opinion, SP. After having peppers with higher concentrations of capsaicin in them, the bell peppers are worthless. "Once you go black, you never go back."

:? Capsaicin is what makes peppers spicy. No one eats green bell peppers for spiciness.

No shit, Sherlock.


.....the use of the word "higher" in your statement implies a moving from a place of necessary concentration to that "higher" place of concentration, i.e. the spicy peppers you speak of. The only logical place where one could place your implication of the "lower" necessary concentration would be on the back of that bell pepper, whether it be worthless, green, bleh, meh, or racy.

Requiring no special detectivity skills with which to do so, "bard d." drew the exact and correct implication from your post as it was written.


Bell peppers are serious business.

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