Discussion in 'Food and Wine' started by Ritter, May 19, 2017.
Absolutely. It's also good for the digestion.
I like enough spice to taste the spice, but not enough to burn.
endorphins are stimulating.. peppers release them to receptors in your brain
The effect is obvious to me.. This is a very hot topic
Yeah I like a bit of spice in my life... variety is best, some foods should only be consumed hot.. very hot, others not so much
it's used to 'cover up' rotten meats... that's why they package it that way at the supermarkets... never buy pre-seasoned meats at the butcher dept.
that said, adding flavor is one thing, having you're eyes watering so badly while not being able to speak, is just plain old moronic childhood dare bs...
I love it but about 10 years ago my GI track said NO MORE so I had to dial it back.
I hated spicy food once upon a time, but then I moved to South Texas. Now I experience legitimate disappointment if I open my fridge and realize I'm out of a particular sauce or salsa, or if I return from the grocery store and realize I forgot the peppers. Strange how it grows on you and becomes borderline addictive.
At the moment I have these sauces -
You gotta match the sauce to the food!
Yes, I think it's good for heart and blood health.
also gotta use the proper amount of sauce, drenched is crap imo.
anywho, either of those 3 sauces would be great with scrambled eggs
True! I like Tapatio on eggs most.
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