Collection: Pepper Seeds

It doesn't get any better, or easier, than throwing peppers on the grill. The open fire chars the skin of sweet or chile peppers to a smoky perfection. And that's just one out of hundreds of ways to prepare this versatile vegetable.

Capsaicin—the compound that gives chile peppers their heat—occurs mostly in the light-colored ribs (pith) inside the pepper. Contrary to popular belief, the seeds are hot only because they are in contact with the ribs, not because they also contain capsaicin.

Peppers in Garden Grown From Seed

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