Hot Weather Makes for Hotter Peppers

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    Stacie Lposted 5 years ago

    Heat, drought make for potent peppers
    'The ones that are super-spicy are no joke. They will rip you apart,' says one chef
    Temperatures above 100 degrees and drought like conditions have baked parts of the upper Midwest for weeks, taking a severe toll on corn and soybeans. But the heat brought an expected benefit for peppers and other crops: Their flavors became unusually concentrated, producing some of the most potent-tasting produce in years. … AmhaKCoxBk
    The drought is nothing to laugh about but one food is getting better from the heat