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[alt.food.peeps] Peeps FAQ.
Section - 20. What's this about Peeps needing to "age" or "ripen"?

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Many Peepophiles prefer a certain degree of staleness to their Peeps,
ranging from a slight stiffness, to downright hard and crunchy. This is
somewhat of an acquired taste. This is normally accomplished either by
letting them age naturally, or else leaving them exposed to air.

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Top Document: [alt.food.peeps] Peeps FAQ.
Previous Document: 19. Is there anyplace you can buy Peeps off-season?
Next Document: 21. How are Peeps made, are they set in molds?

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