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- Sep 16, 2003
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Open sphincter + peppers = a big mess. This intolerance might be a good thing. Don't explore it further.
You said it brother!Open sphincter + peppers = a big mess. This intolerance might be a good thing. Don't explore it further.
I just wanted to try them because I heard they taste so good. Granted I know curry is just a generic term, but that's all I hear people speak about them... just the word curry. I don't know any specific dish names.
Not an old wives tale afaik. Friends of my parents are wine importers and they always refrain from spicy food. The effect is temporary though iirc.One thing I was always told since I was a child was that eating spicy foods damages (or desensitizes) your taste buds. (albeit slightly) Maybe that explains an increased tolerance over time.
I'm trying to find out now, so far it seems that isn't even true. It's probably just an old wives tale. I never really paid any attention to it anyway.
It's also really healthy and in many people causes a release of endorphins afterwards. Wow what kind of idiots would like food like that?!I think people who like spicy foods are idiots.
HURR IMA TAKE SUM GUD FOOD AND MAKE IT SO HAT IT BURNS MAH MAOUF SO I CANT TASTE NO MOURE.
Anything made with Naga Jolokia peppers.Indian curries arent even hot/spicy tbh.
SINHALESE CURRY?! Haha, I'd try that one day.
Would anyone care to share what country would probably have the spiciest(Hottest) delicacies?
1 million scoville units.One seed from a Naga Jolokia can produce sustained intense pain sensations in the mouth for up to 30 minutes before subsiding.
I love Jalaps. They're tasty.My dad bought some jalapenos peppers for me today and I took a big juicy bite out of the top end of half of one. Tons of seeds, all the vein.
Intense. It'll take a good while yet before I get over that level of intensity. I hope some day soon to be able to snack on them just like bell peppers, bit of warmth but nothing that sends me running for milk.