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    Quote Originally Posted by rodfair View Post
    Wife and I are looking for some peppers that have the taste of chillis, but not the heat. A little heat is ok, but looking to add more flavor without the heat.
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    Try Anahiem peppers. Very mild and decent flavor, about 8 times milder than the Jalapeno. I grew them a couple of years ago, think I'll grow some more this year. I think they have better flavor when ripened to a red color.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishinkeylargo View Post
    Try Anahiem peppers. Very mild and decent flavor, about 8 times milder than the Jalapeno. I grew them a couple of years ago, think I'll grow some more this year. I think they have better flavor when ripened to a red color.
    Definitely on the Anaheim. Good stuff, though a bit on the mild side for my taste. I got two little plants from the Amish greenhouse up the valley, and my garden was blessed with full, rich red peppers, right up to frost.

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    I think we have settled on Pablano's without the seeds. She is happy, I am happyish.
    Thanks for all the input though.
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    Check some youtube videos, there used to be one that I saw that rated all the different chilis and peppers by flavor and heat levels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruntson View Post
    Upon further research, I found that in North America it is spelled "Chili" but "Chile" is also acceptable, in Great Britain the correct spelling is "Chilli. It seems everyone was right!!!!
    Not acceptable to me either way. I only use black, white or cayenne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peacemakr40 View Post
    Check some youtube videos, there used to be one that I saw that rated all the different chilis and peppers by flavor and heat levels.
    The Scoville Scale rates the pungency (heat) of various peppers and measures them in Scoville Units.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scoville_scale
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