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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Old Garage-Bander, Jan 16, 2017.
Eating hot chili peppers linked to decreased mortality: Study
I think the RHCP are a bit overripe at this point. Probably should not ingest.
It gets the blood flowing.
I like the ones that burn both ways.
A friend of mine grew some wicked scorpion peppers, he ate them like candy.
I eat them all the time, at least every day.
I am seldom sick, can't remember the last time, and I attribute that to my chili pepper intake.
they're also very good for your virility
STEPPED ON A PEPPER
If this is true, then I'm gonna live forever. You'd be hard pressed to find something I don't put Tabasco on. I guess you could start with breakfast cereal, but after that, mo' hotta, mo' betta.
Same with red peppers (salads, sandwiches, sauces) and crushed red pepper seasoning.
As I type this, I have 4 different types of Tabasco in my cabinet, plus a big container of crushed red pepper seasoning.
Considering eating carrots did nothing for my vision don't be shocked about my doubts.
You need to branch out from the Tabasco for your sauce choice, and start eating actual peppers.
I eat all kinds of peppers all the time. We got a great crop of jalapenos from the garden last summer, and I didn't get through them. Next year, if we get a good crop, they will be pickled. We have different kinds of dried peppers that we put in just about everything. My wife grew up in England, but she doesn't do bland any more. We are both immortal!
The more I watched that first cat, the more I laughed.
Glad that ain't my microphone.
Big chili lover here. Never met a chili I didn't like.
Fave chilis = Chipotle peppers in adobo sauce.
Fave hot sauces = the smoky-tasting ones with habaneros and ominous sounding names like "Road to Hell".
Gotta be careful with the habs though. Too many, too often can flat **** up the esophagus lining. Not good (don't ask how I know).
Then, it may follow,
Trust me, I eat more than my share of peppers. Jalapeños are decent, though not really hot. Same with Serrano. Scotch Bonnetts and Habaneros are hot enough. Especially if I'm doing the cooking or getting my fix of Thai food. But Tabasco is just always within reach and easy to apply. I keep a bottle in my desk drawer at work.