ways to use a glut of chillies and capsicums

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  1. TinaBen

    TinaBen Member Premium Member GOLD

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    We are still novices at growing in the poly tunnel (2 years now) and made the mistake of planting / sowing too many of the same plants in the first year. This is how we dealt with our glut of cayenne chilies and capsicums. We still have the chili paste in the freezer 1 year on!! IMG_1129-1 (Medium).jpg
     
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    Chilies grow so easily! Yes, very easy to end up with too many!
    Such a shame most of us don't eat them or eat just a very small amount.
    Welcome Tina and Ben!

    However, being successful at growing something is a good way to ease into learning about growing vegetables in general.
    It keeps a good degree of enthusiasm going because growing your own food is not that easy or simple.
    If we didn't have these fantastic wins to prompt us along, we might just give up.
     
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    Thanks ClissAT !!
     
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