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WANTED: Beaver Dam, Mariachi, Red Zavory and other tasty milds

Posted by lisa-regina 5 (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 10, 10 at 15:14

I have lots of seed varieties to trade for the peppers that I am looking for. I love making pepper powders and using them to season steaks and such on the grill, but can't handle the heat of most hot peppers. I am also looking for different varieties of paprika peppers and Pimento peppers. Would like to have Sheepnose Pimento as well. If anyone has any good flavorful mild to low medium heat peppers that they would like to trade for my super hots and some of my Italian sweets...please let me know....Lisa

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Black Hungarian- Chocolate Habanero-Scotch Bonnet-Tobago Seasoning-Tobago Sweet Hot-Tam Mild Jalapeno-Alma Paprika-Aji Red-Ancho San Loius-Poblano-Anaheim-Giant Aconagua-Aji Dulce 2-Bhut Jolkia-Carribean- Red Chile- Negro-Passilla Bajio-Red Chile-Cascabel-Corno Di Toro Yellow-Golden Marconi-Fresno-Floral Gem-Fish-Habanero Arbol-Tree Habanero-Large Dark Orange Habanero-Peach -Habanero Reo -Jalapeno-Jupiter-Japone-Yellow Manzano-Orange Manzano-Puya-Jimmy Nardello

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RE: WANTED: Beaver Dam, Mariachi, Red Zavory and other tasty mil

I have some very tasty 2nd gen OP Mariachis for trade if you're still looking. Also, the Carmen sweet pepper, and some medium cherry peppers (pimentos?) i'd happily trade. I'm looking for some chocolate habs, the black hungarians (one of my Faves, but hard to find around here) and i'd be happy to have a few TAMs if you're willing to trade them too. Feel free to email me via GW and we can set up contact info/exchange.


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