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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Yurt View Post
    That isn't true. People have unique taste (buds if you will). I spent some time in Korea and their definition of really good food was way too spicy for me. And yet, we (about 10 of us) are at a restaurant where there was Wasabi and I put that on my food like it was nobody's business and they freaked out because to them Wasabi was too hot/spicy. One of my funniest memories....

    I’ve noticed that too. I made shrimp cocktails for dinner when my wife had a Mexican co worker over for dinner. This gal made homemade salsa that knocked me on my ass that she ate like it was nothing but couldn’t handle my cocktail sauce that’s heavy on horseradish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mott the Hoople View Post
    Actually from my own anecdotal experience I’ve seen more women with high tolerance for capsaicin than men. Flavor matters too. Most hot sauces made with capsaicin extract are horrible. Yeah the are very hot but they also taste like stomach acid. Just plain nasty. I’ve tasted hot sauces made from ghost or reaper peppers that have significantly higher Scoville rankings then hot sauces that are made from capsaicin extracts but are more tolerable cause they actually have good flavors.
    You may have all the spicy things that were allotted to me at birth.

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    I noticed,Mexican hot is rough on my stomach!
    But chinese hot isn't,they use a certain bark that's hot ass hell,but never bothers my stomach
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    Quote Originally Posted by MASON View Post
    I noticed,Mexican hot is rough on my stomach!
    But chinese hot isn't,they use a certain bark that's hot ass hell,but never bothers my stomach
    I think you're referring to Sezchuan peppers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mott the Hoople View Post
    I’ve noticed that too. I made shrimp cocktails for dinner when my wife had a Mexican co worker over for dinner. This gal made homemade salsa that knocked me on my ass that she ate like it was nothing but couldn’t handle my cocktail sauce that’s heavy on horseradish.
    LOL, maybe it is the horseradish. There was three different Korean sauces and I could handle the "very mild" one. And of course they all found it funny. And then the "Japanese" round came (and if you've ever actually been to Korea you know a true dinner is in rounds) and there was Wasabi. None of them picked it up and I didn't notice it until the boss said, how can you eat that and not Korean spicy food?

    LOL

    I said, I don't know, maybe because I grew up eating it. He said, you're not Japanese. I said, you're fooking right.... J/k

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    I never said the last sentence, I just said, I grew up eating it... I had no idea what to say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    How do you guys eat that stuff? When I make pizza, I put jalapenos on Mr. Owl's half and onions on mine. Once in a while I'll accidentally get a bit of jalapeno on mine. My throat tries to close up, and I can't taste anything for an hour afterwards, even with washing it down with milk. And that's just a bit of jalapeno. I have the same reaction to other spicy stuff. ???
    Jalapenos are for pussies, Thai dragon chillies are many times hotter as are Scotch Bonnet and Habaneros.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mott the Hoople View Post
    Actually from my own anecdotal experience I’ve seen more women with high tolerance for capsaicin than men. Flavor matters too. Most hot sauces made with capsaicin extract are horrible. Yeah the are very hot but they also taste like stomach acid. Just plain nasty. I’ve tasted hot sauces made from ghost or reaper peppers that have significantly higher Scoville rankings then hot sauces that are made from capsaicin extracts but are more tolerable cause they actually have good flavors.
    If you've ever seen a Thai woman eat Som Tum aka Papaya Salad you'd know the truth of that. I have often thought there is some kind orgasmic thing going on there.

    https://www.marionskitchen.com/som-t...-papaya-salad/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Yurt View Post
    LOL, maybe it is the horseradish. There was three different Korean sauces and I could handle the "very mild" one. And of course they all found it funny. And then the "Japanese" round came (and if you've ever actually been to Korea you know a true dinner is in rounds) and there was Wasabi. None of them picked it up and I didn't notice it until the boss said, how can you eat that and not Korean spicy food?

    LOL

    I said, I don't know, maybe because I grew up eating it. He said, you're not Japanese. I said, you're fooking right.... J/k
    I love Wasabi, here in Thailand I am truly spoilt for Japanese and Korean restaurants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Havana Moon View Post
    Jalapenos are for pussies, Thai dragon chillies are many times hotter as are Scotch Bonnet and Habaneros.
    You may have all of mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mott the Hoople View Post
    I think you're referring to Sezchuan peppers.
    his bark is not worse than a bite.....

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    Whip up a batch (carefully, of course of fresh Strawberry or Raspberry Ghost Pepper (BHUT) Jam....You'll be delighted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Havana Moon View Post
    Jalapenos are for pussies, Thai dragon chillies are many times hotter as are Scotch Bonnet and Habaneros.
    Habaneros have much better flavor than jalapenos
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    Quote Originally Posted by TOP View Post
    Whip up a batch (carefully, of course of fresh Strawberry or Raspberry Ghost Pepper (BHUT) Jam....You'll be delighted
    That what you use for STD?
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