originally posted by: Biigs
I wont go much past habinaros, a ghost pepper is out of the question!
I had seen ghost pepper videos before of the damage seen here, so when i saw the title i just had too see it!!!!
Habaneros have the best flavor of chilies. I had a gardener landscaper type neighbor who taught me the secret...you pick them early before the
nitrogen depletes in the soil and turns them into a day of intestinal cramps and the "ring of fire." He even grew the jolokias and would pick them
early and you could eat them without too much pain the next morning. Best to always have some aloe baby wipes on hand...just in case.
You have not lived a full life if you have never eaten a ghost pepper. There is a period of tears and drooling and dripping snot, but when it's
over, after about a half hour, you feel like you have accomplished something few dare to attempt.
No pain, no gain. My brother is currently growing some Trinidad Scorpions that can be over 2 million Scovilles. I may be a masochist, but there is a
high to be obtained by eating hot peppers. Just the challenge of eating a really hot pepper and trying to not let it be apparent that you are in
severe pain is a fun game.
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