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Why Dry Hot Peppers? The main reason to learn how to dry hot peppers is simply to enable you to keep them for a long time. Peppers can last for several days to a few weeks at room temperature or in the refrigerator before they start to rot. Freezing peppers, if done right, can make them last several months, but the thawing process can be a tricky one where often you’re left with overly soft and mushy chiles. Dried chiles…
RETURNING SOON! Although it’s often been copied on other websites, the original Scoville Heat Scale Chart for Chile Peppers and Hot Sauces debuted on ScottRobertsWeb.com back in 2006. Good news…it is returning! The original, biggest, and best Scoville Scale Chart on the web is currently under construction and will be back, better than ever, in December 2019! Stay tuned, and thanks for your patience.