@adam I asked my dad (recently-retired bell pepper grower born and educated in 🇳🇱) and my brother (currently in his second year at school in Den Bosch to follow in Dad's footsteps, though currently sheltering in place here in Gitmo Nation Trudeauville) why those little pepper growths sometimes appear inside bell peppers.

Apparently it's just a random mutation, much like how cats frequently have an extra toe. No verdict on whether it's increased with all the engineering or not.

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