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View Poll Results: Can you eat this kind of food?
I have no problems eating this kind of food. 8 30.77%
I like hot food but not this hot. 4 15.38%
I like medium hot food. 5 19.23%
I like mild hot food. 5 19.23%
I hate any kind of hot food even green peppers. 4 15.38%
Voters: 26. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 01-08-2008, 11:12 AM
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Mmmm I love hot food. If I don't have tears running down my face and a runny nose by the time I'm done, I'm not satisfied.
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Old 01-08-2008, 12:21 PM
Location: The Raider Nation._ Our band kicks brass
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Originally Posted by CelticLady1 View Post
I like spicy food, but this is goofy! What's the point? If something is that hot, I don't understand how one could enjoy it. Your food should be enhanced in flavor, and hot and spicy should have a bit of a kick, not erode one's throat and stomach! I wouldn't care to eat something that could potentially put me in the hospital. I believe I can come up with other ways to add excitement to my life!
Eating hot chiles is like having a fire drill. All of the bells and whistles go off, and it feels like the place is burning down. In reality there is no damage, and it was never dangerous.
Capsaicin is used for arthritis pain, and may possibly cure stomach ulcers. It has a coagulant affect.
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Old 01-08-2008, 03:44 PM
Location: North Adams, MA
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It's a gimmick. Macho guys love to take the challenge, and when you think about it, eat a lot, too.

Though with that much heat, how much can you taste?

I love chilis, but the super-hot sauces and preparations usually add artificially concentrated Capsaicin - like in Dave's Hot Sauce. It isn't just regular crushed chilis, vinegar, salt.

To each their own, though.
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Old 01-08-2008, 07:30 PM
Location: Da Parish
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Why would anyone waste their money on something like this is beyond me. You should eat something because it's good, not because it's gives you bragging rights. Hot and spicy are two different things (imo), spicy implies flavor, hot is just... well, hot. Who wants hot with no flavor, ugh!
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Old 01-08-2008, 09:22 PM
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There was a place outside of Kalamazoo, Michigan (Vicksburg I believe) that had wings so hot you had to sign a waiver. They had great food. Unfortunately, they went broke quickly because they had a very stupid name...."The Ragin' Cajun Roadkill Grill". Nothing like a little roadkill to fill you up for dinner.
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