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Old 06-08-2011, 08:00 PM   #31
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Thank you David,

I will need all the luck I can, I am going up against a lot of well known teams
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Old 06-08-2011, 08:19 PM   #32
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I completly understand Miss Fiona.

It took me years to get up to that level. It's really good stuff.

I can start you off with Franks hot sauce, it's less heat then Tabasco sauce. It's good stuff but a little weak for me.

I can eat Tabasco and I only scream when I try to inhale Wasabi...I do have to be careful with Sriracha. My next step up is to get used to habanero.

Actually, my tolerance for heat has gone down since I quit smoking cigarettes...peppers and sauces are much hotter now.

Oh, and Good Luck on your Contest! Those with good taste will love it!
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Old 06-08-2011, 08:32 PM   #33
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I can eat Tabasco and I only scream when I try to inhale Wasabi...I do have to be careful with Sriracha. My next step up is to get used to habanero.

Actually, my tolerance for heat has gone down since I quit smoking cigarettes...peppers and sauces are much hotter now.

Oh, and Good Luck on your Contest! Those with good taste will love it!
I hear you Fiona,

Right now I am getting used to Ghost pepper sauce, And Dave's Instantly sauce that has the ghost pepper extract.
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