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Unread 12-07-2012, 11:12 PM   #31
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My buddy grows his own, guts them, quarters them then pickles them (boils in water/vinegar/sugar mixture, then cans them in glass jars). These babies have great flavor and very little heat. I like to butterfly my deer backstrap and put one of these inside before grilling, damn good stuff....
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Unread 12-08-2012, 12:59 AM   #32
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I believe the answer you seek is going to be in dehydrated powder form. I would try the red jalapeno power as it is milder than the green. Something like in the link provided.
http://www.mildbills.com/products/Ja...;252d-Red.html

Or... If you are so inclined, grow your own. Dehydrate and then grind into powder:
http://m.bonnieplants.com/varieties/...-Jalapeno.aspx
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