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Can you eat spicy food hot, medium or lot in heat/spice?

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I would say I am in the middle - can eat medium - possibly medium to almost hot in some cases!

I like hot food though do not like curries with too much curry in, but like chilli dishes to be medium hot.

Love the red curry paste - thin k it is Thai, possibly better than the green one.

Hot makes it interesting!
Mouth burning makes it not interesting!
by Finy
No. No heat for me. I am not a hottie. (heehee)
Strangely, I love curries.
by Rice
Hottie... You've made my day! Priceless.
by Naomi
No not at all.
Probably about a medium, but no hotter than that.
I don't like a dish if its too spicy. Medium is about all I can handle.
by AJ
Spicy food
I am a medium heat type of girl. I don't taste flavour if my mouth is on fire!
Hmm, I like it hot. I don't think hot detracts from the flavour but adds to the experience.
While in India our Indian friends would tell restaurant staff that we liked spicy food. We would have an audience of all staff and customers as we dined, partly because we were foreigners in an area tourists don't visit, but also to see if we could eat spicy. On a road trip we stopped at a restaurant for a second time. The staff said they remembered us and knew what we liked. Our food arrived extra extra hot! My husband and I didn't flinch but we knew the cook was trying to test us. When they took my empty plate the staff member asked me how my meal was and I replied that it was very nice thankyou. I heard him repeat my words followed by peals of laughter from the kitchen. My husband and I said nothing about it at the time but agreed later if it was much hotter we couldn't have eaten it.
Unfortunately nowadays my mouth loves hot food, but I can experience pain in my tummy after eating it.
I am only fond of low to medium spiciness in my food, as I do like the actual flavour of the dish to shine through. I avoid the very hot chilli!!
I can eat very hot(chilli hot) dishes. I cannot eat hot chilli dishes with a lot of tomato. Tomato and chilli together make a spicy dish for me - too spicy. Does this statement make sense ?
We could eat hot, but not hot anymore, as we have aged. It's not fair!!! I mean we can't eat hot, spicy food anymore!
by Miro
I'm not keen on spicy dishes, not ones with chillies where you can't taste the food but only the heat, no thanks!
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