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spicy food
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how do people like it???
It takes away all the flavor and isn't even good.

just how

edit: this comes after eating spicy sichuan food

how do people like it???
It takes away all the flavor and isn't even good.

just how

edit: this comes after eating spicy sichuan food
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#2
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i love my chicken wings spicy

i love my chicken wings spicy
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#3
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for me it enhances the flavor, but some ppl just cant take the heat!

for me it enhances the flavor, but some ppl just cant take the heat!
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I enjoy growing various chili's, i get a few jars and fill them with olive oil. Dice up the chili and chuck them into the jars, let it sit for about a few weeks and let the temperament of the chili and the oil mature. Then I have access to oil for dressing or cooking that can add various amounts of heat to any dish.

But back on topic, I like my food really spicy.

I enjoy growing various chili's, i get a few jars and fill them with olive oil. Dice up the chili and chuck them into the jars, let it sit for about a few weeks and let the temperament of the chili and the oil mature. Then I have access to oil for dressing or cooking that can add various amounts of heat to any dish.

But back on topic, I like my food really spicy.
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#5
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Koreans like spicy food, but more so flavor spice and not painful spice, gochukaru, gochujang, and basically condiments and spices including peppers.

Koreans like spicy food, but more so flavor spice and not painful spice, gochukaru, gochujang, and basically condiments and spices including peppers.
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#6
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http://thewoksoflife.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/chili-oil-recipe-7.jpg

i live for this stuff ^^ add it to dull food like congee or pho and have a good time

[img]http://thewoksoflife.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/chili-oil-recipe-7.jpg[/img]

i live for this stuff ^^ add it to dull food like congee or pho and have a good time
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#7
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I'm Korean and I literally own a bag of Carolina reapers that I've been eating. I'm just weird though. Everyone is different. For me I just love the thrill and the feeling of endorphins afterwards.

I'm Korean and I literally own a bag of Carolina reapers that I've been eating. I'm just weird though. Everyone is different. For me I just love the thrill and the feeling of endorphins afterwards.
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I like a lot of food that just happens to be spicy. Doesn't take away much from it IMO.

I like a lot of food that just happens to be spicy. Doesn't take away much from it IMO.
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#9
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/peoplesdaily/article-3278993/Chinese-man-eats-5lbs-chillies-day-uses-mouthwash.html

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/peoplesdaily/article-3278993/Chinese-man-eats-5lbs-chillies-day-uses-mouthwash.html
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Spicy food is awesome. Spices enhance the taste of the food, the spices taste good on their own and the burn in your mouth after just feels amazing. I used to not like spicy food but once I had a really good spicy meal I just wanted to have more. I live in the wrong country for liking spicy food though, very hard to find anything hotter than cayenne pepper.

Spicy food is awesome. Spices enhance the taste of the food, the spices taste good on their own and the burn in your mouth after just feels amazing. I used to not like spicy food but once I had a really good spicy meal I just wanted to have more. I live in the wrong country for liking spicy food though, very hard to find anything hotter than cayenne pepper.
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#11
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eat so much spicy food that it hurts to take a shit

eat so much spicy food that it hurts to take a shit
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#12
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I make spicy sandwiches after I swole. I put Jalapeno jelly, Jalapeno rings, hot sauce, Sriracha, prosciutto and spicy cheese and grill those mawfuks in a press.

I am the only person in the house that enjoys spicy food on a regular basis so I've found that if I want to keep something all to myself I just gotta turn up the heat. There are a lot of benefits to eating spicy stuff so I personally recommend it.

I make spicy sandwiches after I swole. I put Jalapeno jelly, Jalapeno rings, hot sauce, Sriracha, prosciutto and spicy cheese and grill those mawfuks in a press.

I am the only person in the house that enjoys spicy food on a regular basis so I've found that if I want to keep something all to myself I just gotta turn up the heat. There are a lot of benefits to eating spicy stuff so I personally recommend it.
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#13
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i love spicy foods

i love spicy foods
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#14
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No flavor? Try Indian food and report back. It's super spicy and is literally the best.

No flavor? Try Indian food and report back. It's super spicy and is literally the best.
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#15
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it makes me cry but i do it anyway

it makes me cry but i do it anyway
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#16
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aieraNo flavor? Try Indian food and report back. It's super spicy and is literally the best.

Reporting back, it's awesome.

Sent from the bathroom.

[quote=aiera]No flavor? Try Indian food and report back. It's super spicy and is literally the best.[/quote]

Reporting back, it's awesome.

Sent from the bathroom.
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#17
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I love spicy food!

http://i.imgur.com/bwL8jl3.gifv

I love spicy food!

http://i.imgur.com/bwL8jl3.gifv
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#18
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i cant do spicy food. No joke, I eat anything remotely spicy and I sweat.

i cant do spicy food. No joke, I eat anything remotely spicy and I sweat.
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#19
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What you need is some simple chicken tikka masala my friend. It'll change your opinion right away.

http://www.delices-du-monde.fr/photos-recettes/zoom/01-curry-de-poulet-a-la-tomate.jpg

What you need is some simple chicken tikka masala my friend. It'll change your opinion right away.
[img]http://www.delices-du-monde.fr/photos-recettes/zoom/01-curry-de-poulet-a-la-tomate.jpg[/img]
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#20
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Your problem is that you were eating Sichuan food. It's basically nothing but meat braised in pepper oil that straight up numbs your lips and tongue.

Your problem is that you were eating Sichuan food. It's basically nothing but meat braised in pepper oil that straight up numbs your lips and tongue.
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The thing with spicy food is that you have to build your tolerance and figure out what works for you. I spice my food with sambal which is Indonesian pepper. The middle two are the ones I use the most. left for wok dishes and right for all the rest.

The thing with spicy food is that you have to build your tolerance and figure out what works for you. I spice my food with [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sambal]sambal[/url] which is Indonesian pepper. [url=http://i.imgur.com/0NlsMa9.jpg]The middle two are the ones I use the most.[/url] left for wok dishes and right for all the rest.
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i love to make hot tomato sauce in the pan and then put like 3 eggs on that and eat it inside the pan after the eggs hardened a bit

as much as i can handle spicy food, i like having it as a "flavor enhancer" more than just burning hot

i love to make hot tomato sauce in the pan and then put like 3 eggs on that and eat it inside the pan after the eggs hardened a bit

as much as i can handle spicy food, i like having it as a "flavor enhancer" more than just burning hot
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At this point my taste buds are completely compromised.
Peppers do taste remarkably good if you have enough tolerance for it.
I would advice to just add the right amount to your dishes so that it doesn't eclipse the taste.

At this point my taste buds are completely compromised.
Peppers do taste remarkably good if you have enough tolerance for it.
I would advice to just add the right amount to your dishes so that it doesn't eclipse the taste.
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#24
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My family is from the Sichuan province so anything that isn't spicy just tastes bland to them.
I love spicy food because I think it brings out different flavors. Some foods just taste better with peppers imo.
Indian food is great too.

My family is from the Sichuan province so anything that isn't spicy just tastes bland to them.
I love spicy food because I think it brings out different flavors. Some foods just taste better with peppers imo.
Indian food is great too.
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yuiceWhat you need is some simple chicken tikka masala my friend. It'll change your opinion right away.
http://www.delices-du-monde.fr/photos-recettes/zoom/01-curry-de-poulet-a-la-tomate.jpg

That's not even spicy lol

Love spicy food, started eating it more since I started working with Tamil and Indian guys :)

[quote=yuice]What you need is some simple chicken tikka masala my friend. It'll change your opinion right away.
[img]http://www.delices-du-monde.fr/photos-recettes/zoom/01-curry-de-poulet-a-la-tomate.jpg[/img][/quote]
That's not even spicy lol

Love spicy food, started eating it more since I started working with Tamil and Indian guys :)
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#26
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my family orders from a himilayan/indian place way too often so my tolerance is pretty crazy, love spicy food.

my family orders from a himilayan/indian place way too often so my tolerance is pretty crazy, love spicy food.
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#27
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Sichuan food is spicy primarily because of the Sichuan peppercorn, which has a distinct trait of numbing and tingling your mouth as you eat foods cooked with it. I'm not surprised that you say it takes away flavor immediately after eating Sichuan food haha.

That said, people just have different tolerances for spicy, just as they do other flavors. It seems you're the type to prefer a more flavorful type of spicy, so I would really recommend trying out gochujang. It's a korean spicy paste that is rather mild compared to other sauces, and has a pretty distinct and nice flavor to boot. You can mix it with soybean paste to dilute the spiciness even more if you'd like - goes great with white rice and meat, especially korean BBQ foodstuffs.

Sichuan food is spicy primarily because of the Sichuan peppercorn, which has a distinct trait of numbing and tingling your mouth as you eat foods cooked with it. I'm not surprised that you say it takes away flavor immediately after eating Sichuan food haha.

That said, people just have different tolerances for spicy, just as they do other flavors. It seems you're the type to prefer a more flavorful type of spicy, so I would really recommend trying out gochujang. It's a korean spicy paste that is rather mild compared to other sauces, and has a pretty distinct and nice flavor to boot. You can mix it with soybean paste to dilute the spiciness even more if you'd like - goes great with white rice and meat, especially korean BBQ foodstuffs.
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#28
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spicy tuna tacos made me fall in love with spicy food

spicy tuna tacos made me fall in love with spicy food
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#29
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No flavor? Eat Thai man

No flavor? Eat Thai man
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aieraNo flavor? Try Indian food and report back. It's super spicy and is literally the best.

real indian food, not the stuff at take out places is the best!

[quote=aiera]No flavor? Try Indian food and report back. It's super spicy and is literally the best.[/quote]

real indian food, not the stuff at take out places is the best!
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