How to handle the heat and enjoy spicy foods

Want to expand your palate and painlessly enjoy spicy foods? Try these three tips.

1. Build your tolerance

2. Use the right coolants

3. Slow down

Watch the above video for more.

Unusual foods from around the world
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Unusual foods from around the world
Caucasian young male eating cricket at night market in Thailand. Eating insect concept
delicious fried black scorpion in chopstick
Cambodia, Young woman eating fried tarantula spiders
Close-Up Of Baby Octopus On Sticks
Sushi donuts set on black background. Sushi trend. Creative food. Flat lay, top view
Fried crickets for sale, piled high on a bowl, in a market at Skuon, near Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tradition Thailand saussage from northeast.
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Fresh Boiled Octopus in Palermo Ballaro fish Market
Lamb skewers in street,Kashgar,Xinjiang,China
Dim Sum
Lok-Lok steamboat stall at the Kimberly Street Food Market, George Town, Penang, Malaysia.
a close-up shot of a famous taiwanese street food - snails being grilled - at Jiufen, Ruifang district, Taiwan, Asia
Fish at local Tsukiji fish market, Tokyo, Japan
Barbecue at an estancia in Patagonia, Chile. A traditional asado at a ranch.
Hands holing Cuban dish in a banana leaf
Seeds and tubers in bowls at market
Dried fruits for sale in one of the many narrow alleys in the Fes Medina.
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