Chipotle (smoked chili)
(Capsicum chipotle)
Chipotle is the same jalapeno pepper, only prepared through a smoking process. According to the Scoville heat scale, chipotle has from 5000 to 10000 SHU (Scoville heat Units), which refers to a medium degree of heat, but is hotter than fresh jalapenos.

A healthy body is a healthy life. Chipotle is an ideal solution for those who always want to look healthy due to the content of capsaicin, a natural antioxidant that promotes fat oxidation.
The spice has cleansing and anti-inflammatory properties. It is recommended to be consumed regularly for the usual daily functioning of the body: heart, liver, kidneys, and vascular health. Such a wide range of effects is due to the rich composition of the product, and it changes little after smoking with smoke. Chipotle is especially relevant in winter when you need to protect your body from viruses. Moreover, the spice is helpful because it contains lutein, zeaxanthin, and zinc, responsible for visual acuity. If your lifestyle or job requires you to be in front of a screen all the time, chipotle should definitely be on your diet.

Interesting fact: The name "jalapeno" comes from the city where the pepper is grown – Jalapa. All work with it should be carried out with gloves, as an allergic reaction may occur in contact with the skin. Before smoking, it is stored in glass jars or frozen. Thanks to the use of smoke, the product is entirely safe for health. The leader in chipotle pepper production is the Mexican state of Chihuahua. Chipotle peppers are often used as the main ingredient in preparing one of the most famous sauces in cooking, tabasco.
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