Question of the Day: Are banana peppers acidic?
Quick Answer: With a pH of 4.65-5.45, banana peppers are considered only slightly acidic. In practical terms, these readings place their acid level between that of tomatoes and a cup of coffee.
The pH scale run from 0 to 14, with 7.00 considered neutral. Any pH reading above seven indicates alkaline substances, and any reading below is a measure of acidity.
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