"Bell peppers" in Spanish is "pimientos dulces". It is pronounced "pee-me-EHN-tose DUEL-sace". Please see this site for confirmation of the translation: http://www.answers.com/library/Translations
Bell Peppers came from Spain.
bell peppers are used for colour for the food and decoration
yes As part of a balanced diet, bell peppers are a fine choice. Bell peppers have a high vitamin C content.
Yes, bell peppers and green bell peppers come from the same plant. Often, green bell peppers are just red, yellow, or orange peppers that have yet to ripen.
It takes longer for the red bell peppers to ripen and thus they are more expensive to ship and have in the store.
Bell Peppers do grow in different sizes.
Approximately 2 bell peppers
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Each bushel contains 25 pounds of bell peppers. On average, you will probably end up with about 200 bell peppers per bushel.
Not to most people. Red bell peppers are sweet like green bell peppers. Most red peppers are hot and hotter.
Green bell peppers are extremely nutritious and very good for people.
Red Bell peppers (or capsicums) are not known to be toxic to goats.
Bell peppers, hot peppers are in the vegetable food group.
Bell peppers come from the Americas. They were introduced to the whole world when the Columbian exchange was happening.
I eat red bell peppers all the time! They are actually quite good.
Bell peppers can come in a variety of colors such as red, yellow, orange and green. They can be used for a variety of recipes and foods. The bell peppers have an effect of being high in potassium.
Tennessee grows tomato, tobacco, lettuce, oranges, apples, radishes, celery, watermelon, green bell peppers, red bell peppers, yellow bell peppers, and carrots.
Hamsters can eat Bell Peppers, but not chili peppers, mine like lettuce too.
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Bell peppers have hollow insides and apples are solid, therefore bell peppers must have more buoyancy.
the Mexican pueblo snick moved to the US and brought bell peppers then more people came with it then one came back to Mexico to tell them to send bell peppers to the US because they are nice...........................
I'm not too sure about bell peppers in particular, but chili peppers have very high amounts of vitamin C and Vitamin A.
All bell peppers ,green, red, orange,yellow have approximately the same amount of seeds. -Other varieties of peppers differ.
Yes red bell peppers come from green bell peppers, as do most bell peppers. They develop their color variances and flavor as they ripen. If you are growing bell peppers make sure you choose a variety you want, don't assume your green bell pepper will ripen into a lovely red as you may be disappointed and end up with a yellow or chocolate colored fruit. Variances are great and may vary immensely between (yellows, orange, reds, purple, and brown) Try growing the "Chianti Bell" It's a nice red bell pepper with a thick sweet hull. Yummmmmm :-)