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Spicy Food
Spicy Food

Learn Food English in this Lesson about Spicy Food

Date: Mar 13 2020

Themes: Food


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Some people like a lot of heat in their food. Spicy food can be good for your body. It can help with congestion if you have a cold. It can make you sweat. However, if you are not used to spicy food, it can make you sick. It can cause a stomachache or burn your tongue. It’s important to be careful when you venture out to eat spicy food.


heat n.


Example This sandwich has a lot of heat! I'm not sure I can finish it.

sweat v.


Example I sweat a lot when it's hot. My shirt gets wet.

stomachache n.


Example Too much sugar always gives me a stomachache.

venture v.


Example I will venture to travel to China, even though I've never been there.

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Do you like spicy food? Do people in your country eat a lot of hot sauce?


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Saudi Arabia

I love spicy food❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

01:12 AM Mar 15 2020 |

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ml2000Super Member!


I always ask for some spicy sauce or oil when I went out to eat in a restaurant.   

06:42 PM Mar 12 2020 |

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Technically , I’m not kind of person to eat spicy food . The only reason why my tolerant of digestion is not hight .
In certain time , I would like to tast spicy food depends on what type spicy food .
In some culture , they ususally eating spicy food as daily meal . I should mention it the spicy food has magical effect especially in country that has located hot temprture and also tropical weather . For intsence , India , South Asia countries and the Arab countries .

07:36 PM Mar 14 2016 |



I cannot eat spicy food. No, no way. I am not used to it. I can eat red pepper if it’s at a subtle amount and I like the smell of black pepper but I prefer my food spice-free:)

07:31 PM Mar 14 2016 |




I like spicy food. Not that i love to have my ayes watering , but a few drops of Tabasco sauce on my soup is always welcome. In my country , unlike Peru, Mexico , spice food is not much in use. Maybe Jessica should try out at another restaurant where it is served spicy food, or if it is a problem with her stomach quitting at all eating at Indian and Mexican  restaurants. When babies are born in South India, the mom imstead of breast feeding the baby, nurse the little  angel with pepper juice. hahahaha

04:59 PM Mar 14 2016 |

joao correia


I don’t like spicy foods however in my country there are a lot of people that like red peppers between others. 

I just like some hot sauce with tomatoes sauce but just a little hot.

04:42 PM Mar 14 2016 |

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Over the years I really built up my tolerance to spices. I literally became a junkie for using Sriracha aka Rooster sauce in nearly everything I cook. I have one bottle in my fridge an 2 in the cupboard because I’m afraid I will run out of it!! 

03:35 PM Mar 14 2016 |



there are different kind of spicy food in different countries,cultures ..of course ı dont know all,ı didnt have to taste them ..but ı know our tradition peppers,pickles and sauces..when ı eat hot peppers and others more than normally ,ı feel all my body is in a fire..a hot waves spread from my lips to everywhere,everything turns to a terrible fire..sweats on my forehead,tears on my eyes..and sometimes ı feel myself a dragon with fire breaths..running to water :)) 

02:31 PM Mar 14 2016 |




The other day I went to the Indian restaurant. The food was pleasantly spicy. It didn’t make your eyes water but your mouth was slightly burning plus you still could taste the food.
One guy brought some kinda pepper relish. I couldn’t eat it at all. Other guys either. They ran for the milk which is a good neutralizer if you cannot stand the spice.
One of the challenging peppers to eat is a ghost pepper.

01:59 PM Mar 14 2016 |



Mexicans usually love chile.

04:08 AM Mar 14 2016 |

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