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PostSubject: Re: Amy's Folly - The Garden Adventures   Amy's Folly - The Garden Adventures - Page 4 EmptyWed Nov 11, 2020 9:03 pm

Started with a pack of seeds and some potting soil. Then they sprouted:

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They grew and grew and made a beautiful pot:
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And then the peppers became a beautiful golden yellow

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And I picked them:

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And fermented them:

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And lo, they became Ho Chi Minh Hot Sauce.  Or engine cleaner, depending on your taste buds 😝

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PostSubject: Re: Amy's Folly - The Garden Adventures   Amy's Folly - The Garden Adventures - Page 4 EmptyWed Nov 11, 2020 10:30 pm

My hash plant just started to flower, seems like hot sauce is as much trouble as pot plants.
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PostSubject: Re: Amy's Folly - The Garden Adventures   Amy's Folly - The Garden Adventures - Page 4 EmptyWed Nov 11, 2020 10:48 pm

Emily, I was quite surprised at how easy this was. Now want to try sauerkraut and dill pickles. I sliced the peppers lengthwise (including a yellow sweet bell to tame the results a bit),peeled some garlic cloves, stuffed them in a quart Mason jar, added bring to cover made with 4 curious if water to 4 tsp picking salt, filled a jelly jar with water and covered it, used the jelly jar to hold the peppers below the too of the brine, covered with cheese cloth held on place with elastic band. Five days later, cloudy brine, lots of bubbles when I disturbed the jar. Drained the peppers, saving the brine, dumped the outlets into a blender, added a couple of the brine, some apple cider vinegar, a spoonful of honey, pureed, agreed some optional xanthine gum to keep the pets in suspension. Now it sits in fridge to mellow. Next... Sauerkraut!
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PostSubject: Re: Amy's Folly - The Garden Adventures   Amy's Folly - The Garden Adventures - Page 4 EmptyThu Nov 12, 2020 2:47 pm

So that seems pretty easy. Very similar to the horseradish that would make people turn red and purple that i used to do for passover.

But im confused about the fermenting. When we did kimchi we had to add a rot culture and different cultures produce slight differences. Maybe its because when i think of fermenting i think of wine and kimchi.
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By using the specific salt to water ratio for brine, it inhibits certain bacteria and creates the right environment for lactic acid fermentation. If you really want the whole shebang on it, I will have to ask my older son - he's a food scientist. But I don't guarantee I'll remember it all or get it right!
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PostSubject: Re: Amy's Folly - The Garden Adventures   Amy's Folly - The Garden Adventures - Page 4 EmptyThu Nov 12, 2020 4:45 pm

Its all good. I think i may be going down a lost cause road. Trying to find  Dünyanın Uyanışı by Şengül Boybaş in english. And dont ask how to pronounce it because i dont speak Kurdish or turkish.
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PostSubject: Re: Amy's Folly - The Garden Adventures   Amy's Folly - The Garden Adventures - Page 4 EmptyThu Nov 12, 2020 5:22 pm

Glad the puller worked well. I usually wiggle and then just pull them by hand by squeezing them between my knees but there will be a hernia in my future if I keep that up. Sounds like engine cleaner to me. I don't do spice. Total wuss about it. I canned my tomatoes yesterday. Still have salsa left to can but didn't have time for that. Just had to get the tomatoes out of the freezer to make room for the beef we got back from the butcher. Going to have to figure out what a Pikes Peak cut is. We have one package of beef labeled Pike's Peak and I've never heard of such a cut in all my years cattle farming and butchering. Not my normal butcher. Probably won't use them again. Didn't cut things how I wanted.

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Also called "Heel of round roast," the Pike's Peak is cut from low in the round, just above the hock. This roast cooks into a flavorful pot roast using the braising method. This cut originates from the Round section. I found that here https://zbarcattle.com/products/pikes-peak-roast
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PostSubject: Re: Amy's Folly - The Garden Adventures   Amy's Folly - The Garden Adventures - Page 4 EmptyThu Nov 12, 2020 6:18 pm

Hmm...seems they could have just labeled it roast like they did the others.

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When i go to the butcher and ask for a roast they usually give me a bunch of options. This is making me hungry for non vegetarian food.
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@TwisterII wrote:
Hmm...seems they could have just labeled it roast like they did the others.
lol! lol!
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