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How many green peppers in a peck?

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144

whoever said 144 is incorrect that is a GROSS i.e. twelve dozen

A Peck is a volume or a capacity for dry goods equivalent to a quarter of a bushel or two imperial gallons (UK gallons) and was used for measuring things like oats for horses.

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I make it about 72, using green New Mexico chillies.

ok so when i was in kindergarden i played this game and it said their was 57 peppers in a peck

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We surmise that a peck of pickled peppers is 1/4 of a bushel. However the number of pickled peppers in a peck is not know, nor is the number of pickled peppers in a bushel.

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A peck of pickled peppers is a bunch of pickled peppers &lt;&gt;&lt;&gt;&lt;&gt; About \$27.95 at today's prices. Besides being an example of a tongue twister, a peck is a measure, equal to one half a bushel.

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The term "peck" doesn't have a specific number attatche to it. It means "a lot" or "many" or "a large number or amount".

He picked a peck of pickled peppers.

== Peter Piper picked "a" peck of pickled peppers, therefore Peter Piper picked one peck of pickled peppers. == Peter Piper did not pick any pickled peppers. You have to pick the peppers, then pickle them. == Peter Piper purchased a peck of pickeled peppers in bulk. He went to the grocers where they are availiable, and picked out a peck and went through the checkout lane with his purchase. A peck is a quarter of a bushel (there are 4 pecks in a bushel), so this is not unrealistic. The issue might be that it would take several containers to pack them in. It's a bit on the odd side, though, because a peck is measure of volume, and you would usually expect pickeld peppers to sell by weight in the same manner as pickles. But it is still very doable for Mr. Piper to pick a peck of pickled peppers. He might pick them by the peck (volume) and then pay for them by weight.

A peck is 1/4 bushel or... just a large amount.

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