Blog — Mad Dog 357 Original Hot Sauce
A lot of people enjoy the taste and flavor of hot peppers. After all, hot peppers can certainly spice up mealtime. If you’re considering using dried chili peppers in your next soup, stew, or salsa, you’ll want to start by removing the seeds.
If you’re having a hard time in the fight against garden pests, you may want to try using pepper. Some say this common and inexpensive kitchen staple is a good deterrent for pests that like to cause havoc on home gardens. Black pepper acts as a plant’s natural antibacterial agent.
If you just can’t get enough of hot peppers, why not try growing some at home. You can grow them from seed starting indoors in the winter, or you can buy some pepper plants and put them in the ground after the final frost of spring. It’s possible to grow them in containers as well as as raised beds.