How to make Tabasco style fermented hot sauce ️

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Thanks for that. Just about enough to goad me into growing Anaheims for stuffing and Jalapeno for saucing.
I'm much more interested in the pepper tastes and use a lot of Tabasco Jalapeno.

Those hot sauces, hidden in little bottles, might be just the juice to elevate a bushcraft meal.
 
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Thanks for that. Just about enough to goad me into growing Anaheims for stuffing and Jalapeno for saucing.
I'm much more interested in the pepper tastes and use a lot of Tabasco Jalapeno.

Those hot sauces, hidden in little bottles, might be just the juice to elevate a bushcraft meal.
Light to transport too!
 

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Exactly. I'd better start saving the Tabasco bottles. I'd like to make a jug of Jalapeno.
Watched a documentary from McIlhenny (Tabasco) showing the 3 year process. Impressive.
They sell top quality aprons and things, too. Good recipe collection.

I do have a bag of small old pill bottles for dry herb mixes:
Italian, Greek, Chicken Rub, Beef Rub, Curry I, Curry II and Curry III.
 
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I confess that I really enjoy experimenting with different chillies and sauce methods. The difference in tastes is amazing
 

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Exactly. I'd better start saving the Tabasco bottles. I'd like to make a jug of Jalapeno.
Watched a documentary from McIlhenny (Tabasco) showing the 3 year process. Impressive.
They sell top quality aprons and things, too. Good recipe collection.

I do have a bag of small old pill bottles for dry herb mixes:
Italian, Greek, Chicken Rub, Beef Rub, Curry I, Curry II and Curry III.

A decent excuse to get your grandkids giving you single malt miniatures for Christmas. I occasionally take them camping and always keep the bottles, good for enough milk for tea, some oil for cooking, or sauces.
 
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Dang you people anyway. Found the big gallon pots, found the potting soil.
Ordered Jalapeno, Anaheim and Ancho pepper seed (West Coast Seeds).
Good sunny location and a rack for the pots to sit on.

One of my work mates did this so I know it's not impossible here indoors in winter.
 
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