Spicy food and being tall

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Pork Chop
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Re: Spicy food and being tall

Post by Pork Chop » Thu 02.11.2010 10:17 pm

The allergy test is neither covered by my insurance, nor is it cheap.
Aside from the ghost peppers, the rest of the burger was pretty standard fare and I've eaten the same ingredients since.
I have no further plans to partake in any foods containing over 100k scovilles (esp that pepper); I've learned my lesson.

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Re: Spicy food and being tall

Post by Infidel » Fri 02.12.2010 9:53 am

Okies, I just don't want you getting hurt. So if you never use that sauce again it should be fine. But it would be a shame if what you were reacting so strongly to was not the pepper but some other ingredient in the sauce.
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Re: Spicy food and being tall

Post by Pork Chop » Sat 02.13.2010 12:51 am

yah those ghost peppers themselves are sliced up, cooked on the grille/line, and thrown directly on the burger.
the habenero sauce on there is nothing i haven't dealt with before; but at the same time i have a whole new outlook on spicy foods. I realized that i've seen the mountain top, i know what will kick my butt, and i don't need to eat food that hurts anymore.

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