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March 9, 2013

The Pantry Quiz #25

The Pantry Quiz.

Multiple choice

What does the Scoville scale measure?

1. The acidity of citrus.
2. The heat of peppers.
3. The sweetness of sugar.
4. The clarity of vinegar.
5. The viscosity of Marshmallow Fluff.

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Please leave your answer in the comments, and let us know whether you have this ingredient in your pantry.

[Last week's answer: Darth Vader and Yoda topped the scales, weighing in at a cool 1,000 pounds of butter at the 2008 Tulsa State Fair.]

You can find most answers to The Pantry Quiz by using the search box at right, at the top of the page, to hunt for clues. Come back next Saturday for the answer to today's quiz question.

Comments

#2 heat of peppers!

finally one I know! heat of peppers. We don't do too much heat, my husband loves it but starts sweating immediately!

the chiles -- love your choices!
I keep adding more -- latest is Kashmiri.

The Scoville Scale measures the heat from peppers...and yes I do have bottles of Tabasco in my fridge...the green jalapeno and the original. I'll put sriracha and tabasco on anything. The hotter the happier *Ü*

#2. We like spicy, so I have a few fiery staples.

Scoville scale measures the heat of peppers - and that's the top of a Tabasco bottle.

#2, no I dont in the process of updating spice cabinet :(

2 heat of peppers
Currently none in my pantry.

Peppers--finally I knew one!

And yes, ever since my spouse's first trip to Iraq we've had at least 1 bottle of Tabasco on the table/in the pantry.

Thanks, Lydia!

#2 - The heat of peppers. It seems as if we keep discovering hotter and hotter peppers - e.g., the "ghost pepper." Are they breeding them hotter, or discovering them, do you know?

#2! Love little food q's like this. :)

Measures the heat of peppers, and I currently have five different bottles of hot sauce in my fridge.

Peppers. Always have them on hand. Serrano and Jalapeno especially.

The heat of peppers -- and I have a variety of pepper related sauces in my pantry and some homemade sriracha in the refrigerator!

The heat of peppers but I had to laugh at #5 as that is made in the city live in!

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