It’s often said that there are two types of food; the food on which you can put cheese and the food on which you can put chocolate. I agree with this. And, I agree wholeheartedly – but only if it includes chile peppers.
the chile bomb is the hottest pepper I ever tried. After handling one for the first time, I didn't wash my hands immediately and forgot I had touched the pepper. Two hours later I felt my painful tingling hands with a weird burning sensation, I thought I was developing fibromyalgia. After about 6 hours it calmed down a bit and then I realized it had been the chile causing such discomfort. The pizza I put it on, was delicious, though. My tough stomach must be less sensitive than my delicate skin. Love to be your friend!
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I like your Good recipes, I'll share a nice idea, scoop seeds out of halopino pepper, with a spoon, dice & mix with softened cream cheese. Its good mixed in recipes, or warm softened as a dip with veggies, or nacho chips, you could save a few seeds depending on how spicy you like.Sincerely, Michele email@example.com like your, blueberry smoothie.
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"the chile bomb is the hottest pepper I ever tried. After handling one for the first time, I didn't wash my hands immediately and forgot I had touched the pepper. Two hours later I felt my painful tingling hands with a weird burning sensation, I…"