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This mexican chile pepper is also known as "Birds Beak Chile"
This pepper is named after the Mexican town Xalapa
This plant is closely related to the Cape Gooseberry or Aztec Berry
This pepper is similar to the Guajillo Chile, only smaller and more potent
These peppers are tiny, brilliantly red when ripe, grow wild in Mexico, and are almost 10 times hotter than a jalapeno
This pepper variety is actually a smoked jalapeno, and is much like a Chipotle, but smaller and more fiery
This plant was used as an antiseptic to prevent gangrene during World War 1 and World War 2
This chile is the second most popular chile of Mexico surpassed only by the Ancho
The largest producer of this pepper is Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula
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