>Buy multipack of peppers.
>Got that sweet Yellow pepper.
>The delicious and slightly tangy Red pepper.
>The bitter shitty Green pepper.
Seriously, what's the point of Green peppers. Literally toss them straight in the food bin.
>Sugar is addictive
Wow, thanks for the information. Who would've fucking thought? Especially on the food board!
I hate when I buy these, standalone at a grocery store, and some autistic cashier actually rings them up separertelty, despite the fact they'll all cost the same. Like if I get 2 red peppers, 2 yellow ones, 3 green ones and an orange one, they'll do 4 different entries instead of just "8 peppers". Is that really necessary?
They have different PLUs for each color and origination:
Bell, field grown, brown (4679), golden yellow (4680), green, small (4681), large (4065), orange (4682), purple (4683), red (4088), white (4684)
Bell, greenhouse, brown (3123), green, small (3119), large (3120), orange (3121), purple (3124), red (4688), white (3122), yellow (4689)
Green are good if you want that bell pepper taste to cut through in a dish. I usually use red though because they're more nutritious and I find the green bell pepper taste to be too overwhelming for a lot of things. You can roast bell peppers of what ever shade in the oven to less than that overpowering taste as well.
I know what you mean, OP. They're good but not as good as the others.
That said, there's times when that slightly more bitter taste works to its advantage. There's this local place that makes the most amazing philly cheesesteak I've ever had, and I don't think it would work with any other kind of bell pepper quite as well.