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I STILL FEEL SO GREEN? AAW, don't blush...

The colour transition of the two bell peppers!

Two Bell peppers, also known as sweet pepper.

The terms "bell pepper", "pepper" or in Australia and New Zealand "capsicum", are often used for any of the large bell shaped fruits, regardless of their color. In British English, the fruit is simply referred to as a "pepper" or by colour (as in the term "green pepper", for example), whereas in many Commonwealth Nations, such as India, Canada, and Malaysia, they are called "bell peppers". Across Europe, the term "paprika", which has its roots in the word for pepper is used—sometimes referred to by their colour (e.g. "groene paprika", "gele paprika", in Dutch, which are green and yellow). Paprika also refers to the powdered spice made from the fruits in the Capsicum genus.

In Switzerland it is mostly called "peperoni", which is the Italian name of the fruit.

In France, it is called "poivron", with the same root as "poivre" (meaning "pepper") or "piment".


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Uploaded on September 15, 2012