Hi Kim wow when you leave the salsa to sit for a day or 2 it gets really hot when you use jalepinos... I put the seeds in after a few hours it wasn;t giving me the heat but sitting for 2 days awsome heat Hugs Judy:)
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At first, I was thinking I'd need to apologize for burning your tongue, then I saw the word Awesome and I guess it was ok after all huh? It is somewhat atomic when you put in the seeds. But remember, it won't keep as long as jarred salsas will because it has no preservatives. Just watch for any metalic taste to the tomatoes(like when they "go over"), but it should last up to a week covered in the fridge. Huggs K
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