The red, green and yellow peppers are the SAME vegetables at different stages of maturity

Users of social networks were surprised to discover that green, yellow and red peppers are all the same vegetables at different stages of maturity. In the photo, red and green peppers on the vine

Users of social networks were surprised to discover that green, yellow and red peppers are all the same vegetables at different stages of maturity.

The revelation was shared in Twitter by style and lifestyle blogger Amy Eade, from Hull, who said her mind had faded & # 39; when hearing the news.

It was clear that Amy was not the only one who was surprised when the post spread through social media and was retweeted 50,000 times.

Users of social networks were surprised to discover that green, yellow and red peppers are all the same vegetables at different stages of maturity. In the photo, red and green peppers on the vine

Users of social networks were surprised to discover that green, yellow and red peppers are all the same vegetables at different stages of maturity. In the photo, red and green peppers on the vine

The revelation was shared on Twitter by style and lifestyle blogger Amy Eade, of Hull, in the photo, who said her mind blew up & # 39; upon hearing the news

The revelation was shared on Twitter by style and lifestyle blogger Amy Eade, of Hull, in the photo, who said her mind blew up & # 39; upon hearing the news

The revelation was shared on Twitter by style and lifestyle blogger Amy Eade, of Hull, in the photo, who said her mind blew up & # 39; upon hearing the news

An anguished user tweeted that "his whole life had been a lie". Another wrote: "I thought they were different types of pepper. I'm so shocked!

"I've also seen yellow part of orange before and not timed was an indication of maturation – somehow I thought it was a mutated pepper or something."

All the red, green and yellow or orange peppers come from the same plant.

The message swept social networks, with thousands of users confessing that they had not realized that all the peppers came from the same plant. Another said that his life has been a lie & # 39;

The message swept social networks, with thousands of users confessing that they had not realized that all the peppers came from the same plant. Another said that his life has been a lie & # 39;

The message swept social networks, with thousands of users confessing that they had not realized that all the peppers came from the same plant. Another said that his life has been a lie & # 39;

The red pepper is the ripe version of a green bell, and the orange and yellow versions are in the middle.

Explain why supermarket peppers sometimes fall between two colors.

In response to Amy's tweet, a user explained that the process was similar to the one that causes the leaves to change color in the fall.

An ingenious Twitter user joked that they had not been "splashed" & # 39; for the extraordinary news

An ingenious Twitter user joked that they had not been "splashed" & # 39; for the extraordinary news

An ingenious Twitter user joked that they had not been "splashed" & # 39; for the extraordinary news

She wrote: "When you learn about photosynthesis, you learn about the different pigmentation in plants like chloroplast 1 and chloroplast 2, and so on! It's really cool … it's similar to what happens with leaves in autumn !

Another clarified that the ripening process only occurs in the plant and will not be replicated once at home.

But most users were surprised to learn the truth about vegetables.

One tweeted: "First I discover that small carrots do not grow organically, they are just large carrots cut and shaped to look like small carrots.

The red pepper is the ripe version of a green bell, and the orange and yellow versions are in the middle. Explain why supermarket peppers occasionally fall between two colors

The red pepper is the ripe version of a green bell, and the orange and yellow versions are in the middle. Explain why supermarket peppers occasionally fall between two colors

The red pepper is the ripe version of a green bell, and the orange and yellow versions are in the middle. Explain why supermarket peppers occasionally fall between two colors

Some users were equally surprised that the fact was apparently less known. A user compared the process of changing color with the change of leaves in autumn

Some users were equally surprised that the fact was apparently less known. A user compared the process of changing color with the change of leaves in autumn

Some users were equally surprised that the fact was apparently less known. A user compared the process of changing color with the change of leaves in autumn

Another posted: "I discovered this a few weeks ago by visiting our warehouse, by the head! & # 39;

A third added: "I really thought they were different plants, every day, a school day!

The differences between the different colors of pepper are not limited to color. They also have different tastes and are full of different nutrients.

For example, red peppers contains twice the amount of vitamin C than the green peppers.

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