Have you seen this image floating around the internet claiming that one can determine the sex of a bell pepper by the number of bumps on the bottom? Whoever posted the original image* claimed that those peppers that had four lobes were “female”, while those with only three lobes were “male”. They expounded on their theory by explaining that “…female peppers are full of seeds, but sweeter and better for eating raw and the males are better for cooking.” Is this true or just a mammoth hoax to burn away your precious time trying to find out?
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