- Aug 3, 2005
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Yeah I'm gonna hit up that Naga shit when I can. Or drink some Capsaician god damn.
Wow, look at that bitch. That shit is intense red like, "I DARE you to eat me!"The Scoville Scale. As you can see, the hottest pepper known to mankind is the Naga Jolokia pepper. I could probably only withstand up to Tabasco sauce.
Here you go. The 16 million reserve is sold out, but they have a 2 million scoville one that is still available I think.Yeah I'm gonna hit up that Naga shit when I can. Or drink some Capsaician god damn.
Why drink water? All that does is spreads the irritation throughout the mouth even more, intensifying the effect since capsaicin is hydrophobic.Wow, look at that bitch. That shit is intense red like, "I DARE you to eat me!"
I could stand probably up to Serrano pepper - maybe a little higher, but it would be seriously unpleasant. It gets to a point where you can't drink any more water because your too full, yet the fire still burns. You're ****ed.
If you consume pure capsaicin I am pretty sure you would probably die.Yeah I'm gonna hit up that Naga shit when I can. Or drink some Capsaician god damn.
In large quantities, capsaicin can cause death. Symptoms of overdose include difficulty breathing, blue skin, and convulsions. The large amount needed to kill an adult human and the low concentration of capsaicin in chilies make the risk of accidental poisoning by chili consumption negligible.
I find Thai dishes fair, I mean the first time it was rather hot, other than that its been pretty mild and delicious.Curries from Sri Lanka and some Thai and Lao dishes have the power to kill your taste buds. In a good way.
why not just keep an open mind
Uh huh.Crushenator 500 said:TAbasco is rubbish.
And I do have an open mind, but you can go jump in front of a train as far as I'm concerned if you're shitting on me for liking Tabasco. I'm willing to try any sort of new hot sauce and in fact will check out the two you recommended. Pretty sure I've had Cholula before though.
With a name like ChiliFan, I would hope you'd enjoy spicy foods.The hottest sauce I've had is called Dave's Insanity Salsa. It's made with Red Savina chillies, the second hottest in the world, and it tastes amazing.
It's also invincible, it's been in my fridge for almost 2 years now and just kills any mould that dares try and grow on it.
Had a bottle of this once, good with pizza.I can't believe some of you recommended tobasco. That's easily the worst tasting hot sauce to me. Sriracha and Cholula are probably the nicest mainstream ones I've found so far. Neither are ridiculously strong but the Sriracha is a little hotter I think.
That's okay. I'm trying to bulldoze through the jalapenos.Why are you eating raw chillis like fruits? I love spicy food of all kinds but I don't eat chillis raw like that. I don't think I've ever known anyone who does either, no matter how distant. If you're trying to build up a spicy tolerance or something then I definitely wouldn't go about it by eating raw chillis. They're milder in foods. Well, it depends on the food, but raw chillis aren't the weakest you can start with by any means.
Go to an asian food store and look for these peppers.That's okay. I'm trying to bulldoze through the jalapenos.
I'm taking massive bites, seed and veins, consuming everything but the stem. Letting the heat build up in my mouth and sitting there training myself not to get a drink of milk or a bite of bread or anything. To feel the pain and absorb it until it no longer feels painful to me. I learned to enjoy the feel of the pain of the burn from exercising muscles, why not the pain from capsaicin?
Granted, jalapenos are super low on the scale and it'll be a long time before I can do that with habaneros, but I figured I want to plow through these jalapenos I have and see how quickly I can develop a tolerance for them.
But my question is why do they taste like god damn bell peppers! AGH!
It doesn't hurt too much. The pain of these jalapenos is very tolerable.Eating food shouldn't hurt!
I wouldn't think about the scoville scale too much. Just eat what you like. When you get too hot it all just starts to taste the same anyway. Painful. Do you mind if I ask why you're trying to bulk up like a bodybuilder, but with eating chillis..? No offence but it just seems a little weird to me
50,000 to 100,000. That will be a good stepping stone between jalapeno and habanero.Go to an asian food store and look for these peppers.
Start chewing on those if you want something spicier than a Jalapeno.
edit: They're called Dragon Peppers
I know I had some weak ones, but I got one that was scarred up pretty badly and it was INTENSE. Very hot, and even small bites bring some serious pain for me. But it still tastes like bell pepper.All jalapenos are not created equal. The very very mild kinda do tend to be like bell peppers.
I'm trying to bulldoze through the jalapenos.
I'm taking massive bites, seed and veins, consuming everything but the stem. Letting the heat build up in my mouth and sitting there training myself not to get a drink of milk or a bite of bread or anything. To feel the pain and absorb it until it no longer feels painful to me.