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Joss Weatherby
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Idea Do humans like spicy food because it hurts to poop?

I only thought of this as I eat a slice of pepper covered pepperoni and mushroom pizza that ive drowned in Sriracha...


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Lira
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To my knowledge humans have always consumed spicy food because it makes food edible for a longer period of time. Now, if you enjoy the ring burning sensation that comes with spicy food, I guess you're just combining usefulness and pleasantness


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Originally posted by Lira
To my knowledge humans have always consumed spicy food because it makes food edible for a longer period of time. Now, if you enjoy the ring burning sensation that comes with spicy food, I guess you're just combining usefulness and pleasantness

Never heard of that. It makes you perspired which evaporates cooling you down. This why spicy cuisine originates from tropical areas.

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Sushipunk
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I've been really getting into spicy foods lately. I was always a fan of curries and Thai food, but I've been eating a lot of Vietnamese food recently too. So damn good.


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MSZ
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Registered: Jun 2005
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I add cayenne pepper to everything, but its not hot enough to make you shit heat. Habanero on the other hand; GI tract no likey.

some hearsay http://www.rediff.com/getahead/2010...-spicy-food.htm

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planetaryplayer
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Registered: Dec 2011
Location: Toronto, Canada

jerk chicken is so bomb. sriracha isn't even spicy lol. going to wing places to get the spiciest wings in town is stupid but everything with some heat is better.

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r5a
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Registered: Dec 2003
Location: Toronto

just recently i had to deal with this. normally i can eat spicy food no problem. i actually dig a bit of spice.

1st time ever i dont know what it was but the pepper was SO HOT i literally couldn't finish my burger. my mouth was on fire for a half an hour. on the way out it was brutal. felt like my asshole was burning.

rolled the dice and lost. oh did i ever lose..

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planetaryplayer
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Registered: Dec 2011
Location: Toronto, Canada

lol i bought spicy wings, i think they had a small amount of ghost chile in it... it wasn't that bad coming out but going it a dif story.. 6 glasses of milk for 1 pound of them lol. although the 3rd shit the next day was like fiery in colour and in pain. scotch bonnet n habanero i can handle, idk what the next steps are though

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PurpleHaze
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Registered: Nov 2006
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spices and peppers are my favourite compliments to any dish. I used to add salt to a lot of my dishes, but now spices add that extra pop, zing and burst of flavour I crave.

i always have a bunch of jalapenos, thai chilies (bird peppers), cayenne and tabasco readily available on hand.

i love making my own spices, a killer one i made recently:
- habanero peppers
- garlic
- shallots
- vinegar
- lime juice
- salt & pepper
- sugar

siracha is like ketchup to me now lol

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FuzzQi
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Just eat cucumber to cool it down on the way out


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sensorium
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My ancestors ate everything spicy, so it was only my destiny to put spices in everything. There's something truly special about eating french fries with homemade hot sauce. Ketchup? No, sir, there's Aztec blood in me.


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