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July 07, 2004



It may help to know that Ancho chiles are just another name for dried Poblanos. While it might be pricy to ship a batch of perishable poblanos, a bag of dried (and very light) anchos should be relatively inexpensive to transport from the Americas.


Versuchs mal bei Mexal http://www.mex-al.de/
Dort gibt es verschiedene Chilisorten, aber auch fertige Mole. Ich habe dort schon öfters bestellt, sie liefern schnell und zuverlässig.

Viel Erfolg


Barrett, thanks for the tip.

Petra, danke für die Internet-Adresse. Das Angobot siehet seher gut aus. Noch in London?


Hi Alberto,

I've bought dried chillies from Chillipepper Pete at a farmers market here in the UK before, and he has a web-ordering service too at http://www.chillipepperpete.com/. The chillis I got from him were pretty good and I assume the quality would be the same.


Here's another good source of chili peppers


have fun



Mag and Carlo: thanks for the links!


hi there does any one knows whats the best way of importing food from south america

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