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    Quote Originally Posted by Celph Titled View Post
    Pretty cool, can jews handle spicy food? Seems like you guys can unlike other middle eastern people who almost die if they taste a little bit of spicy food, I almost killed a Jordanian mofo when I gave him hot Cheetos smh

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    By the way, that sauce recipe is similar to Mexico's salsa recipes, except we don't really blend in those chile peppers together and we don't add cardamom.

    Chile pepper, garlic, cilantro, cumin, salt, are the main ingredients to a good Mexican salsa
    The unbelievable (thank G-d) success of Zionism has resulted in Yemenite zehug being available in every kosher grocery in the world.



    if you want a how-to video:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Targum View Post
    The unbelievable (thank G-d) success of Zionism has resulted in Yemenite zehug being available in every kosher grocery in the world.
    I will go to a kosher store and buy one, maybe tomorrow I will go
    I will review it

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    ^ They have that stuff at non-kosher grocery stores here. It's expensive, though.

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    I got my hands on some Carolina Reapers. I made a slow cooker spicy chicken stew I make with them.

    Just FYI: Never cook a recipe containing Carolina reapers in a slow cooker... It smelled like the police raided my house and had to take me down with pepper grenades. Seriously my nose was running and my eyes were watering when I walked inside. My poor cat!

    It tasted damn good though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonRouge View Post
    I got my hands on some Carolina Reapers. I made a slow cooker spicy chicken stew I make with them.

    Just FYI: Never cook a recipe containing Carolina reapers in a slow cooker... It smelled like the police raided my house and had to take me down with pepper grenades. Seriously my nose was running and my eyes were watering when I walked inside. My poor cat!

    It tasted damn good though!
    A couple of weeks ago on football Sunday my friend had either a Scorpion or a Carolina (not sure) and he sliced it up into really thin slices for us to try on some nachos. It was really freaking hot and it was good for a rush but I didn't like the aroma of it. It's like every time I burped, I could smell that funny aroma and I only tried like 2 really thin slices.
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    This guy is an idiot. He ate 100 Carolina reapers.



    When I cook with really hot peppers like that, I don't actually eat the peppers, I put them in the food like a bay leaf to give it a kick. The hottest edible pepper is the naga viper or ghost pepper, and they can do damage to your body if you're not careful. Trinidad Scorpions and Carolina Reapers, and the new hottest pepper, the Dragon's Breath, are really supposed to be for medicine, like topical anaesthetics (so, not to be eaten)... actually the Dragon's Breath, you cannot eat at all, it will cause anaphylaxis and kill you... and one person who just touched the pepper with his tongue felt the burning for 5 days.

    I've eaten naga vipers and habaneros before, but I would rarely do it... the hottest I will eat generally, is a Scotch bonnet... the hotter ones I just add to food while cooking and remove it when I eat it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MnM View Post
    A couple of weeks ago on football Sunday my friend had either a Scorpion or a Carolina (not sure) and he sliced it up into really thin slices for us to try on some nachos. It was really freaking hot and it was good for a rush but I didn't like the aroma of it. It's like every time I burped, I could smell that funny aroma and I only tried like 2 really thin slices.
    See my last post... you are technically not supposed to eat the actual pepper. As is the case with the really hot peppers. You use them like a bay leaf.

    Capsaicin is actually a neurotoxin, the burning sensation from spicy food is it messing with your brain, so you have to be careful with them once you get to the 1 million Scoville unit range.

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    I can purchase Trinidad Scorpion seeds. I may plant this chili pepper. 1.2 million Scoville heat units. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trinidad_moruga_scorpion

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