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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #16
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. . . smoke them with onions, peppers, garlic, then freeze packets for all winter salsas . . .

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Just soaking before peeling . . .
Meaning, removing the papery husk?
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I smoke them with onions, peppers, garlic, then freeze packets for all winter salsas...
I second that emotion! Great idea.

I've been measuring the middle plant (the one in the cage) and it's growing 2" a day. Lots of flowers on all three plants. I think they love all this rain. When the sun ever comes out I think they *will* explode!
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Fried green sliced tomatilloes are fantastic big time.

Egg wash bread crumbs and peanut oil on medium low.
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