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  • C. Lanceolatum - Chillis Galore Forums
    quickly As the name suggests the leaves are lance shaped more so than any other capsicum species that i m aware of They have lots of tiny little hairs on them but not as many as Pubescens or Goat s Weed etc Now for the pods themselves There is a high degree of homogeneity among the pods their size and shape are uniform as are the seed clusters Each pod is abutted by five uniform calyx teeth which point upwards This characteristic helps set them apart from other capsicum species too and really catches the eye The pods first appear green and ripen to red The seeds are very small and very black Unlike commercial capsicum species in which the seeds are clearly lined in central clusters and around distinctive white pith placenta the Lanceolatum seeds are suspended in a juicy gel around the core more akin to tomatoes and wild nightshades The token you can see is exactly the size of a pound coin The pods are very juicy quite like a tiny tomato and this juice is much less viscous than other capsicum oils juices The seeds are actually packed in quite tightly and are a bit of an annoyance to scoop out The juice stains quite a bit and I had to scrub my fingers for a while afterwards to get the red stain off them And now to the very core of the review the taste it s just terrible Yep disappointing perhaps for those of you who have never tried it but these pods are really unpleasant They have a vaguely planty fleshy taste which borders on bitter There is zero sweetness and zero capsaicin meaning that these pods have next to no culinary value save perhaps for some potential vitamin content Of the 6 pods pictured above I ate one and threw the other 5 straight in the bin after extracting seeds I m not sure what evolutionary pressures resulted in the Lanceolatum as we see it today I suspect birds would still love to wolf these berries down and perhaps by making the pods quite foul tasting to mammals there was no need for the plants to ramp up capsaicin production I will however hold on tightly to the plant as it s a rare treat to grow something this unusual It s not unattractive and I ve grown quite fond of it despite it hogging a prime window spot that would be much loved by a more productive capsicum variety Top trident Chilli Guru Posts 1524 Joined Thu Jan 28 2010 12 24 pm Location Tadley North Hampshire Re C Lanceolatum Quote Post by trident Sun Mar 13 2016 7 36 pm Now that s what I call a review detailed in ever point complimented by your photographs shame it lacked any heat flavour Top ronniedeb Chilli Guru Posts 3140 Joined Fri Sep 02 2011 10 31 am Location Galway Ireland Re C Lanceolatum Quote Post by ronniedeb Mon Mar 14 2016

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  • Chilli books - Chillis Galore Forums
    have any of his other books then this is a must have If you have a few of his other books then it s up to you I had a few of his other books and even after thumbing through this at a bookstore I still bought it Recommended reading Peppers by Amal Naj this is a great little paperback that goes into a bit of chilli history one of the things it explores is the tabasco wars in the USA which is quite an interesting story for those that don t know about it this book is well and humorously written I do have a few others but these are my favourites and I do not hesitate to recommend any all of them like a lot of things books get a bit dated with the advancement of time most of the books above were written in a time when the Red Savina was the king of the chilli world so there are not any many references to superhots except for DeWitt s Complete Chile Pepper Book hey yolo buy them all Top snowy1433 Chilli Head Posts 376 Joined Wed Jan 22 2014 9 35 pm Location Isle of Wight Re Chilli books Quote Post by snowy1433 Sat May 03 2014 9 37 pm Hi I bought a book titled Growing Chillies by Jason Nickels I believe I got it from Amazon and it is tilted towards UK chilli growers I found it really useful Phil Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Chilli books Quote Post by ChilliJez Sat May 03 2014 11 27 pm I really like this book http www amazon com Peppers The Domes 0292704674 It s out of print I believe and a little outdated but written by someone who s articulate and has a genuine passion for and understanding of peppers The best I ve read for example on pre columbian origins and worldwide dispersal Her description of Rocotillo is the reason I m growing it this year For practical growing chillies in the UK I second chilliman64 s recommendation of Matt Simpson s book Very practical and encouraging UK focussed and quite cheap too I like the Bosland and Votava book too It kind of lays out the ground rules for the things to consider in commercial capsicum production It s the best place I ve come across for providing precise information though it s by no means comprehensive Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Chilli books Quote Post by ChilliJez Mon Dec 29 2014 11 18 pm Here s a recommendation from senor coop viewtopic php f 16 t 15884 p 182528 p182528 http www amazon co uk Chilli Britain 0955369584 Top Flecam Hot Head Posts 578 Joined Thu Jul 11 2013 6 38 pm Location Swansea The Red Hot Chilli sauce book Quote Post

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