The evolution of hot sauce, from ancient time to today
A lot of us just can’t get enough of hot sauce, from topping breakfast, lunch, and dinner creations, to snacks in between Today, hot sauce is used to flavor everything from eggs and wings to stir fry, stew, dips, and even cocktails.
Does the Scoville Scale Need a Modern Update?
By now you’ve probably heard of the Scoville Scale. That’s the scale that was invented more than 100 years ago to measure the pungency of hot peppers. It’s named after a man named Wilbur Scoville, who first came up with the scale in 1912.
Spicy or sweet? How to eat based on your Zodiac sign
We all have different spice preferences. Some of us love to spice things up on the Scoville Scale, while others, sadly, enjoy consuming milder flavors. Have you ever thought about why?
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