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I recently went to a pho place and they added what I THOUGHT was jalepano pepper...I ate one. I don't remember the name of the pepper (It was a very Asian name) but I asked the waitress about it and she said it was about 1k more on the Scoville scale. Let's just say I can't handle spicy food as well as I thought 😅
Octopus is litterally not bad whatsoever it actually tasted good including when I put it on a piece of seasoned alligator tail all you you have to do is chew it 1.25× more then you normally chew any other food trust me it's great
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