Real wasabi..... oh hell yes. I made the intense mistake of slathering far too much on my first bite of sashimi at a high-class joint, after being used to the imitation stuff used everywhere else.The first time I ever had wasabi, it didn't really hurt initially... then I felt the heat start in my stomach and rise all the way to my hair. A friend of mine was staring at me, and told me later 'I could see the color rising up from your neck, to your chin, upwards across your face all the way up. I was afraid the top of your head was going to pop off like a Pez dispenser'.
My sinuses also snapped wide open (a common reaction to mustards), and I swear I could smell the perfume of the girl across the restaurant. She may have been ovulating as well, I'm not sure.
Wasabi is a hell of a condiment.
Sauces, typically. I'll add something from a bottle to a meal to liven it up.Hey capsaicin addict, you must be pretty healthy, eating all of that spice and peppers, etc, right? I have bought capsules of cayenne pepper and they liven the stomach and myself, as well as being great for immune support. What all do you partake in?
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I recently got a pack of these. I love them and plan to buy more, but you're right about the heat on these not working until later. I've eaten way hotter things than these noodles, but I've never had anything that makes my gut grumble and complain more after eating it. I'm probably not used to whatever the spice/pepper mix in these isView attachment 885977
Sam Yangs 2X Spicy Korean Noodles.
I was an idiot and decided to double the noodles and sauce. Never Again.
for anyone interested in trying this, the heat will get you when you stop eating. the sauce is slightly sweet and has a good asian spicy kick to it. however don't let it touch your mouth or chin unless you like blisters. your mouth will feel like an oven preheating as the burning sensation sits in the middle of your chest. The Noodles are probably the best I've ever had when it comes to instant noodles. I can never go back to the cheap maruchan.
The spice mix is simplistic, it's likely the chemical crap in them that makes your digestive system uncomfortable. A lot of people seem to get a lot of inflammation from it, I've found.I recently got a pack of these. I love them and plan to buy more, but you're right about the heat on these not working until later. I've eaten way hotter things than these noodles, but I've never had anything that makes my gut grumble and complain more after eating it. I'm probably not used to whatever the spice/pepper mix in these is
African food in general often incorporates heavy use of peppers to improve low-quality foodstuffs, particularly bushmeat. When the smarter ones get over here, they never fall out of the habit, so they're perfectly happy to season some chicken or beef the same way they'd season monkey asses back in the old country.I recently ate some Ethiopian food for the first time.
The food was flavored wonderfully and had a decent spice level. I eat hot sauces on sandwiches all the time so the kick wasn't too bad.
What was REALLY bad is the next day when me and the porcelain God got well acquainted with one another.
It was one of those shits where you have to take off all your clothes and just pray that it ends eventually.