Extremely spicy! I like my face red and my eyes watering.
Sometimes I have it extrememly spicy; more often, I have it milder.
"Medium spicy" is what I generally go for.
Mild all the way!
I despise spicy food!
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I have always found it strange how people love to torture themselves with food that burns the mouth
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Food should taste like pain.
Don't know that it's "trendy", though. Whenever I start putting hot sauce on my food with people who don't know me well enough, usually someone at the table starts with "Dude, stop. You're scaring the children."
Then it's "Dude, stop. You're scaring the ladies."
Finally, "Dude... stop. You're scaring me."
Couple more scoops, and usually one spoon straight out of the bottle, and I'm ready to begin eating.
I'm more of a mild type of guy. Cracked pepper and cajun is just about fine for me.
To compensate, I'm a salt, salt, salt man. Nothing is ever too salty for me.
Can only have mild, I've tried the super hot stuff and I can't take it....
We have a restaurant near me who are known for their buffalo wings and you have to actually sign a waiver to order the "911" wings....that's how bad they are and you can't take them home, you have to eat it there......
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I have very sensitive taste, so anything to spicy/salty/sugary is out of the question for me. Thats not to say I cannot handle things of that variety, but I trend towards eating foods that are a bit more bland and I never add anything to my food to increase its particular aspect. I don't salt down a steak, I don't put syrup on ice cream, and for the love of god I never put tobasco sauce on, well, anything. Onions and peppers enjoy a lifetime ban from my mouth.
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I like spicy, but not painful spicy. I don't wish to feel pain while eating.
While in India, I ate a pepper on my plate that I wasn't supposed to actually eat. (I didn't know I wasn't supposed to) I thought I was going to die. The pain was so intense and the tears just wouldn't stop. I couldn't finish my meal, I couldn't talk, I couldn't do anything but sit there and drool and cry. It ****ing sucked.
Anywho, I like spicy, but I just don't want to be in pain when I eat, so the spicy-ness must stop there for me to enjoy the meal.
I typically always get the hottest option. Buffalo Wild Wings, it has to be the blazing sauce. When I go with my buddies, we always order a ton of blazing wings, an order of buffalo chips, and a side of blazing sauce so that we may dip the buffalo chips in them. I don't cook anything that doesn't have at least Tabasco sauce in it, if not some nice peppers (jalapenos make a good sweet pepper to cook with, habanero when I want to kick it up a notch...BAM!) I think I've killed a lot of pain receptors because I have to get the spiciest to have the experience of eating anything spicy. Lower than that tends to be "mild". A lot of "spicy" food is actually American spicy, i.e. not at all.
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