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2014-11-25 13:48    40 new words, 66 deleted words, 1% change   
... India's chili exports. [ 6 ] Contents 1 History 2 ... southeastern Veracruz , [ 7 6 ] and were one ... South America. [ 8 7 ] Christopher Columbus was ... some countries. [ 9 8 ] Chilies were cultivated ... after Columbus. [ 10 9 ] [ 11 10 ] Diego lvarez Chanca ... Arab traders. [ 12 11 ] Today chilies are ... from India, [ 13 12 ] through Central Asia ... pre-Columbian times. [ 14 13 ] According to Hjelmqvist ... India's chili exports. ... southeastern Veracruz , [ 6 ] and were one ... South America. [ 7 ] Christopher Columbus was ... some countries. [ 8 ] Chilies were cultivated ... after Columbus. [ 9 ] [ 10 ] Diego lvarez Chanca ... Arab traders. [ 11 ] Today chilies are ... from India, [ 12 ] through Central Asia ... pre-Columbian times. [ 13 ] According to Hjelmqvist ... called capsaicinoids . [ 14 ] [ ... India's chili exports. [ 6 ] Contents 1 History 2 ... southeastern Veracruz , [ 7 ] and were one ... South America. [ 8 ] Christopher Columbus was ... some countries. [ 9 ] Chilies were cultivated ... after Columbus. [ 10 ] [ 11 ] Diego lvarez Chanca ... Arab traders. [ 12 ] Today chilies are ... from India, [ 13 ] through Central Asia ... pre-Columbian times. [ 14 ] According to Hjelmqvist ... called capsaicinoids . [ ...   

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... Norsk nynorsk Nouormand Polski Runa Simi Русский संस्कृतम Norsk nynorsk Nouormand Polski Runa Simi Русский संस्कृतम Norsk nynorsk Nouormand Polski ... Русский संस्कृतम   

2014-11-08 17:16    18 new words, 31 deleted words, <1% change   
... 2013 . ^ "Confirmed: Smokin' Ed's Carolina Reaper® wins Guinness World ... Reaper® Officially the sets new record for hottest chili pepper in the world!" chilli" . PuckerButt Pepper Company Guinness World Records. 14 19 November 2013 . Retrieved 20 8 November 2013 2014 . ^ "Trinidad ... pepper&oldid=631881304 632906358 " Categories : Agriculture ... was last modified on 31 October 8 November 2014 at ... 2013 . ^ "Confirmed: Smokin... Ed's Carolina Reapersets new record for hottest chilli" . Guinness World Records. 19 November 2013 . Retrieved 8 November 2014 . ^ "Trinidad ... pepper&oldid=632906358 " Categories : Agriculture ... was last modified on 8 November 2014 at 02:14. Text is available 2013 . ^ "... Smokin' Ed's Carolina Reaper® wins Guinness World ... Reaper® Officially the hottest chili pepper in the world!" . PuckerButt Pepper Company . 14 November 2013 . Retrieved 20 November 2013 . ^ "Trinidad ... pepper&oldid=631881304 " Categories : Agriculture ... was last modified on 31 October 2014 at 12:53. Text is available   

2014-10-02 13:48    210 new words, 180 deleted words, 6% change   
... Spelling and usage 7 Gallery 8 See also 8 9 References 9 10 External links History [ edit ] Pottery that tested positive ... to 300 CE) Chili peppers have been ... . [ 8 ] Pottery that tested positive ... to 300 CE) Christopher Columbus was one ... introduction into Europe, chilis chilies were grown as botanical ... [ 12 ] Today chillies chilies are an integral part of Indian cuisineSouth Asian and Southeast Asian cuisines... Spelling and usage 7 Gallery 8 See also 9 References 10 External links History [ edit ] Pottery that tested positive ... to 300 CE) Chili peppers have been ... introduction into Europe, chilies were grown as botanical ... [ 12 ] Today chilies are an integral part of South Asian and Southeast Asian cuisines. There is a ... Intensity [ edit ] A display of hot ... a board explaining the Scoville scale at a Houston ... Spelling and usage 7 ... See also 8 References 9 External links History [ edit ] ... . [ 8 ] Pottery that tested positive ... to 300 CE) Christopher Columbus was one ... introduction into Europe, chilis were grown as botanical ... [ 12 ] Today chillies are an integral part of Indian cuisine. There is a ... South American aji peppers Immature chilis in the field Though there are only ... Intensity [ edit ] ...   

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... search See also Chili (disambiguation) or Red Chillies ( ... pepper&oldid=625636773 626644040 " Categories : Agriculture ... was last modified on 15 22 September 2014 at 09:0616:53. Text is available search See also Chili (disambiguation) or Red Chillies ( ... pepper&oldid=626644040 " Categories : Agriculture ... was last modified on 22 September 2014 at 16:53. Text is available search See also Chili ... pepper&oldid=625636773 " Categories : Agriculture ... was last modified on 15 September 2014 at 09:06. Text is available   


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