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Can you eat hot chillis?
Which ones are your favourite to use in cooking?

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I like chilli in my food and I would say I eat it medium. I do not like it too hot as then that takes over and you cannot taste the food as well. Also i find it burns my mouth, so it is medium hot for me.
by Finy
I can happily eat mild and medium spiced food, but not really hot stuff. If it sets my tongue on fire from the first bite then it is too hot. Feeling fiery by 5 or more bites in, then I can probably handle.
I don't want it EXTREMELY hot. I am happy with mild to medium. I agree with Finy that if it is too hot, it will over power the taste of the food.
I could never tolerate chilli but in my dotage I seem to be able to handle it much better. I have no idea which chilli is which because I don't cook with them, I only eat chilli when out.
by Rice
I don't like food if its too spicy
by AJ
No, I don't eat hot chillies but I do use them in cooking. I use a combination of green and red ones.
No. I am a total sookie-la-la when it comes to hot chilli food. Just can't do it. I can do (mild) spicy, like in some Indian dishes, but not hot. How you can want to have your mouth/tongue & throat on fire will forever be a mystery to me!
My poor daughter swells up at the first taste of chilli. . . . and it seems to be in nearly everything these days. She is very careful when eating out.
by Rice
Whats the point? That a sure way to disguise good food!
YES - the hotter the better. And I'm always up for a dare.

I can't eat hot chilli. I do enjoy mild chilli though. Sometimes I use a little bit of chilli powder in a dish but I don't buy or grow chillis.
Yes, but only a few pieces.
I used to be able to back in India. But since moving to AU, my palate seems to have changed. I can still eat spicy but I rarely do. It could also have to do with cooking for the kid who doesn't eat spicy.
I used to be able to eat chillies in my cooking or other people's cooking, but now as I've got older, the chilli in cooking makes me cough. I can still cook with a dried chilli flakes, if the recipe calls for them.
by Miro
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