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Unread 12-27-2011, 07:51 PM   #1
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Spiciest thing you've ever eaten?

I've always loved spicy foods but have only recently realized there is a "culture" for people who love things that are just retardedly spicy. I fall into that category.

A few months ago I ate an entire scotch bonnet, which was very bad. However it's only rated at 350,000 scoville units (and that's at the very top end for scotch bonnets). In my Christmas stocking was this:



It's supposedly rated at 650,000. I put probably a quarter l sized amount on a tortilla chip today... WOW!!!!!

Freakin' hot!!!

It was just relentless, scorching fire in my mouth, eventually it felt like the fire had spread over my entire face. Just brutal. Actual physical pain. It is DELICIOUS though, I've been putting tiny, and I mean tiny specks of it on tortilla chips all day and it's so damn good.

If you love spicy stuff like I do, I'd buy this sauce. It's the real deal.


Have any of you guys eaten a whole ghost chili? Those are rated at 1,000,000 scoville units...... ouch

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I don't plan to do any of that.

I have no clue what I ate. All I remember is that I was taking a **** for the next 2 days.
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I don't plan to do any of that.

I have no clue what I ate. All I remember is that I was taking a **** for the next 2 days.
I'm so scared for tomorrow morning after eating this today.
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One day at lunch, a buddy of mine got a "waiver" burger. This is a burger that you have to sign a waiver stating you know it is made with ghost peppers... Anyway, I tried the a single french fry that had some of the sauce on it. It was shear pain, my eyes were watering and the top of my head was sweating too. Never again. My hats off to you!
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One day at lunch, a buddy of mine got a "waiver" burger. This is a burger that you have to sign a waiver stating you know it is made with ghost peppers... Anyway, I tried the a single french fry that had some of the sauce on it. It was shear pain, my eyes were watering and the top of my head was sweating too. Never again. My hats off to you!
I've READ that spicy foods increase levels of seretonin production and can lower bad cholesterol (ldl or hdl i forget which is which).

It's weird. You know it's torture but you can't keep yourself from doing it. It's almost like an adrenaline rush in a sense?

My friends go skydiving, I just eat really really spicy ****.
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Ghost pepper salsa.
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won a bet by eating 5 ghost peppers.The trick is to swallow them whole. The burn later is just insane though.
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I've always loved spicy foods but have only recently realized there is a "culture" for people who love things that are just retardedly spicy. I fall into that category.

A few months ago I ate an entire scotch bonnet, which was very bad. However it's only rated at 350,000 scoville units (and that's at the very top end for scotch bonnets). In my Christmas stocking was this:



It's supposedly rated at 650,000. I put probably a quarter l sized amount on a tortilla chip today... WOW!!!!!

Freakin' hot!!!

It was just relentless, scorching fire in my mouth, eventually it felt like the fire had spread over my entire face. Just brutal. Actual physical pain. It is DELICIOUS though, I've been putting tiny, and I mean tiny specks of it on tortilla chips all day and it's so damn good.

If you love spicy stuff like I do, I'd buy this sauce. It's the real deal.


Have any of you guys eaten a whole ghost chili? Those are rated at 1,000,000 scoville units...... ouch
^^^ Uhh . . . no thanks. I'd like to keep my taste buds intact. Hottest thing
I ever tried was some habenero salsa called "Insanity Sauce." It was so hot it didn't have a flavor. I don't need to try anything hotter than that. Kind of like running a marathon - I probably could - but I'd have to want to.
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I have a friend who used to get really bad migraine headaches, some Indian doctor told him to eat a jalapeno pepper at the onset, turns out your body releases endorphins and apparently they will whip a headache. I haven't tried it yet, but Mark swears by it!
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Butt end of a Habanero....chewed.Wow. insane.I'd never try a whole one.
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I've READ that spicy foods increase levels of seretonin production and can lower bad cholesterol (ldl or hdl i forget which is which).

It's weird. You know it's torture but you can't keep yourself from doing it. It's almost like an adrenaline rush in a sense?

My friends go skydiving, I just eat really really spicy ****.
Not an adrenaline rush but more of a morphine high. The pain from eating the spicy stuff causes your body to release endorphins which is it's own natural pain killer, similar to morphine. The culture of people who eat the extreme spicy stuff are basically just chasing a natural high
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Not an adrenaline rush but more of a morphine high. The pain from eating the spicy stuff causes your body to release endorphins which is it's own natural pain killer, similar to morphine. The culture of people who eat the extreme spicy stuff are basically just chasing a natural high
Ah makes sense.
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I had a friend eat a ghost pepper. He drank a half gallon of milk trying to fight the pain.
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I'm dipping beef jerky into it right now It's addicting.
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I like some spicy, but I'm a wuss when it comes to the really hot stuff. Hottest I've tried was a sauce called "beyond blistering" at a local wing place (waiver required). Only ate one, with a lot of beer to wash it down.
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