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Unread 12-27-2013, 09:04 AM   #1
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Default This is for pepper lovers.

http://news.yahoo.com/world-39-hotte...173214578.html
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Unread 12-27-2013, 09:19 AM   #2
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I grew these Bhut Jolokia peppers last year, blow your head off hot!

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Those look more like Naga Morich's and they are very very hot. I grew Naga Morich's and Carolina Reapers last season.
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I have to get one of those. I've taken a bite of a Bhut Jolokia, a Scorpion Butch T, and a Scorpion Moruga and cooked with all 3. Peppers have pretty much reached the point where the numbers and the bragging rights are about the only differences between them in terms of heat. They are so hot now that it is almost impossible to notice any increase in heat from one scorching hot pepper to the next.

I agree with the "thrill seekers" analogy, though. I'll sacrifice flavor in pursuit of heat from time to time just for the thrill. If a restaurant has a spicy challenge, I'm all for it. Haven't found anything that is too hot to eat......yet.
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Hard to believe those peppers are grown in my hometown!

I, for one, ain't about to eat 'em!
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I have to get one of those. I've taken a bite of a Bhut Jolokia, a Scorpion Butch T, and a Scorpion Moruga and cooked with all 3. Peppers have pretty much reached the point where the numbers and the bragging rights are about the only differences between them in terms of heat. They are so hot now that it is almost impossible to notice any increase in heat from one scorching hot pepper to the next.

I agree with the "thrill seekers" analogy, though. I'll sacrifice flavor in pursuit of heat from time to time just for the thrill. If a restaurant has a spicy challenge, I'm all for it. Haven't found anything that is too hot to eat......yet.
Yeah, but...you're insane.
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Hard to believe those peppers are grown in my hometown!
That actually explains a lot...
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That's crazy hot. I don't mess with that kind of heat.
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I would much rather lick the sun that eat one of those peppers. When stuff gets too hot, it just isn't worth eating.
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Pixie sticks for chili heads...

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I won't argue with that.

The hottest I have had is some wings I made with Defcon 1 wing sauce intensified with diced ghost peppers and trinidad scorpion peppers, a teaspoon of Dave's Gourmet Ghost Pepper sauce, and a dusting of ground habanero.

I called the sauce "Satan's Anus".
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I think eating hot stuff requires a build up of resistance to it. When I was younger, I didn't even like pizza because it was too spicy. Now, I use hot peppers in almost everything I make, and the type of salsa I prefer is 2x hotter than the hottest store bought stuff. I can't give the stuff away because people are scared of it.

So yeah, I built up an immunity to the heat I guess. It's not uncommon to make an omelet with japs, serranos, and habs, along with some of my hot salsa. It wakes me right up lol.
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What you are feeling is a chemical burn. In moderation, no big deal. Extreme heat will do permanent harm to the taste buds.
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I love hot spicy food also. In the past I could not eat anything hot. I can handle habs now. The sauce still has to have a great taste with the heat. The best tasting hot seasoning that I like the best is real jerk seasoning. I am moving up though.
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What you are feeling is a chemical burn. In moderation, no big deal. Extreme heat will do permanent harm to the taste buds.
Taste buds regenerate, so when you burn your tongue on something physically hot you may kill some taste buds, but that's okay because they will grow back. I don't think you can really do too much real permanent damage to your taste buds, short of cutting off your tongue.

I may need to order some sauce from that guy, I like my peppers like I like my women, hotter than a $2 pistol.
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