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What is the spiciest food you've ever eaten?
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    Thread created on 19:54:47 - 15/02/16 (8 years ago)
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    Last replied 23:55:46 - 18/04/16 (8 years ago)
    I really love spicy food I've eaten it all my life. But the spiciest food I've ever eaten was Pizza Hut's Buffalo Burning Hot boneless wings I was up for a challenge lol. I opened the box of wings and smelled it I can only best describe the smell as fire, I picked up a wing and soaked it in the lake of lava sauce that was in the box, these were actually the best tasting wings I've ever had. Anyways, I take a bite it was so hot I couldn't feel my face but it was delicious I kept eating, I actually ate them all and drank all the lava sauce. Now the next challenge was getting ride of the burn, I ate ice cubes, drank 3 glasses of ice water, had a glass of milk in order to get rid of the burn.

    These wings are not for the untrained, they must have put Carolina Reapers in those.

    What is the spiciest food you've ever eaten?
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    Posted on 07:30:37 - 01/03/16 (8 years ago)
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    Masak lemak cili api :)
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    Posted on 16:39:55 - 07/03/16 (8 years ago)
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    FaRdReDzuaN [583088]

    Masak lemak cili api :)
    Cili api = buntut api. Lol
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    Posted on 23:38:22 - 08/03/16 (8 years ago)
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    habaneros are hot... Ghost chilis are the hottest by far. Makes a habanero feel like an ice cube...
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    Posted on 18:22:50 - 24/03/16 (8 years ago)
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    I have both Bhut Jolokai (Ghost) chillies and Jalapenos growing in my garden at the moment. The Bhut are ridiculously hot, a tiny bite on a raw one caused fire to rage through my head lasting 15-20 minutes!!

    In comparison the Jalapenos are like eating an apple!

    I have given a few of the super hot ones away recently with a health and extreme caution warning LOL!!
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    Posted on 20:46:34 - 24/03/16 (8 years ago)
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    Don't actually know the curry, but i went out for a family meal.. and nothing took my fancy on the menu so i had "the curry of the day" it was flipping hot like i'm a fan of hot foods but this was something else.. i had to leave half of it.

    My parents thought i was exaggerating and they couldn't even have two mouthfuls and were shocked i even ate half.

    By that time i was red, nose leaking faster than the titanic and sweating like a bitch.
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    Posted on 21:10:23 - 26/03/16 (8 years ago)
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    Wasabi - first time in japan - i thought it was avocado... needless to say i was sadly mistaken and had half a mouthful of this stuff in my mouth with this Japanese girl laughing her ass off across the table from me, I've had habaneros too - i think Wasabi is hotter but it's a different kind of hot... the heat from Habanero peppers lasts longer but not as intense imo. Wasabi just clears your nasal passage ways and sinuses all together - just f**ks you up/
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    Posted on 17:03:47 - 28/03/16 (8 years ago)
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    Wasabi - first time in japan - i thought it was avocado... needless to say i was sadly mistaken and had half a mouthful of this stuff in my mouth with this Japanese girl laughing her ass off across the table from me, I've had habaneros too - i think Wasabi is hotter but it's a different kind of hot... the heat from Habanero peppers lasts longer but not as intense imo. Wasabi just clears your nasal passage ways and sinuses all together - just f**ks you up/
    Omg a mouthful of wasabi is rough!! Lol
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    Posted on 19:09:39 - 05/04/16 (8 years ago)
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    Not exactly something I've eaten but funny(in retrospect) anecdote.. A few months ago I was making homemade salsa and rubbed my eye a few minutes after chopping habaneros. WORST burning sensation I've ever experienced. My whole eye swelled up and I had to stand outside in the snow holding my eyelid up so that the cold winter air could do it's work. Nothing helped and I was in agony for at least an hour. I had the weirdest mismatched eyes for the next two days with the right eye looking normal and the left looking like it had just smoked a thousand blunts of the sticky icky.

    I eat spicy food every day but not even a lifetime of pepper-eating could have prepared me for that one bad rub.
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    Posted on 00:13:03 - 06/04/16 (8 years ago)
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    Phobos [1982408]

    Not exactly something I've eaten but funny(in retrospect) anecdote.. A few months ago I was making homemade salsa and rubbed my eye a few minutes after chopping habaneros. WORST burning sensation I've ever experienced. My whole eye swelled up and I had to stand outside in the snow holding my eyelid up so that the cold winter air could do it's work. Nothing helped and I was in agony for at least an hour. I had the weirdest mismatched eyes for the next two days with the right eye looking normal and the left looking like it had just smoked a thousand blunts of the sticky icky.

    I eat spicy food every day but not even a lifetime of pepper-eating could have prepared me for that one bad rub.
    sounds like the time i did the OC Spray course while i was in the navy... not fun. Except it was 90 degrees out and humid... not snowing.

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    Posted on 16:54:45 - 06/04/16 (8 years ago)
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    It's not a food, but the spiciest thing I've ever had was actually a beer:

    http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/147/201220/

    Stone came out with this a couple years ago and took me about an hour to drink the bottle. Rough stuff, sweating, stomach aches and an overall burning sensation like I had sent my mouth to the depths of hell.

    I've eaten peppers straight (ghost/habenero/pequins/trinidad scorpions, etc but nothing matched that beer).
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    Posted on 05:46:25 - 07/04/16 (8 years ago)
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    I once tried a pepper which had been described to me as the hottest pepper in the world.

    Didn't notice much at first, but after 10 seconds it hit me. I got hot, sweaty, and nearly passed out.

    Never again!

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    Posted on 13:38:13 - 08/04/16 (8 years ago)
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    Ghost peppers



    Enough said
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    Posted on 15:33:25 - 10/04/16 (8 years ago)
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    One more vote from me for the ghost pepper. Aptly named since if you eat it raw....you are DED
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    Posted on 16:18:30 - 11/04/16 (8 years ago)
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    In the UK you can request this curry in a few places (not on the menu) and its pretty hot...they just chuck in whatever hot shit they have basically xD
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    Posted on 15:02:07 - 17/04/16 (8 years ago)
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    I ate this pepper once, it looked like this;

    Apparently, it's called red pepper?

    SHAZAM!!!!

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    Posted on 23:55:46 - 18/04/16 (8 years ago)
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    Fifth pot, annually. It's like my summer holiday, these crawfish boils are a test of my strength. But fifth pot is almost unbearable. Forget the corn/potatoes, too, they are just vehicles for capsaicin.

    Did I mention that there's usually six pots on this holiday?
    Still can't do it.
    Ciao.
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