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Re: Hot pepper spray

In a message dated 1/14/01 12:39:14 PM Eastern Standard Time, Meum71@aol.com 

 You can buy or grow your own HOT peppers and make an extract >>

The problem with growing hot peppers in the north is that they don't have the 
growing time to get really HOT.  Things start fizzling out in the garden 
before the HOT juices really start to come to fore.


PS See! I can post about the subject at hand!
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