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Homemade: Fermented Hot Sauce

Traditionally, hot pepper sauces have been made by fermenting a mash of chopped up peppers. Many of the world’s best known and most loved hot sauces are lacto-fermented before bottling, including Tabasco and sriracha. For the last few years I … Continue reading

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2013 Pepper Roundup Part 1

I always grow quite a few pepper varieties every year, and I thought I would do a recap of the 2013 crop before I forget all the details. I’ll start off with the hot types, some of which are actually … Continue reading

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March Madness Time, Again

It’s March Madness time again here at Happy Acres. And no, I’m not talking about basketball. Every year about this time things get crazy with seed starting and plant growing. Which is not a bad thing, if you enjoy growing … Continue reading

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More Hot Sauce Adventures

In the last month or so I shared three of my recipes for hot pepper sauces. Since then, I have done more experimenting with these basic recipes, tweaking them by using different peppers, and different levels of salt, sugar and … Continue reading

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Homemade: No-Rooster Chili Garlic Sauce

Truth be told, I am actually kind of a wimp when it comes to hot peppers.
So it seems a bit odd to me that I decided to try my hand at making my own hot sauces. But I am crazy about all things homemade, so I guess it’s not really too surprising. Continue reading

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