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Bell Pepper Allergy

A food allergy occurs when a person's immune system reacts to a particular food. While a food allergy can occur in response to an...
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Which Hot Peppers Speed Up Your Metabolism Best?

Hot peppers, or chilis, get their heat from an oily chemical compound called capsaicin, found primarily in the membrane surroundin...
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Green Pepper Nutrition Information

According to the Agricultural Marketing Resource Center, the consumption of bell peppers increased from an average of eight pounds...
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Are Green Peppers Low in Carbohydrates?

All vegetables contain at least some carbohydrates -- and green peppers are no exception. However, while starchy vegetables are ca...
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How Do I Blanch Green Peppers?

Blanching is a process that involves a short period of boiling or steaming vegetables to halt the enzymes that cause the vegetable...
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How to Freeze Cooked Peppers & Onions

Your freezer allows you to store and preserve cooked peppers and onions, whether you've grown a bumper crop or found a sale at...
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How to Broil Poblano Peppers in the Oven

Roasted poblano peppers add a wonderful, smokey flavor to your favorite dishes. Instead of buying expensive jars of roasted poblan...
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Should I Eat a Raw Bell Pepper?

Bell peppers are a staple in most grocery store produce sections. You may have had bell peppers roasted, steamed or added to a sti...
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Which Peppers Are High in Capsaicin?

Capsaicin is a chemical compound found in varying amounts in chili peppers. When it comes in contact with your skin or mucous memb...
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How to Cook Pinaupong Manok

Pinaupong manok, or sitting chicken, is a Filipino dish consisting of steamed chicken stuffed with vegetables. The chicken is stea...
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