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Foodies Eat Hottest Chili Pepper

This picture was taken by Gannon Anjo in Tezpu...
This picture was taken by Gannon Anjo in Tezpur, Assam, India on October 11th, 2006. This was taken in a hotel room after the Naga Jolokia peppers were purchased in the main vegatable market in Tezpur. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you can handle spicy, good on you, but it looks like no one can handle this chili pepper.

“The Carolina Reaper, with its world-record 1,569,300 rating on the Scoville heat-measuring scale, is widely regarded as the world’s hottest chili pepper. (For reference, a jalapeno maxes out at a rating of 8,000.)

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It was created by Ed Currie of PuckerButt Pepper Company, which advises you to “be very, very careful using this pepper. Those who don’t fear the Reaper are fools,” and explains that “If you are ‘stupit’ enough to eat this pepper whole you may wish to enter the doors of death willingly.””

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