Hello, and welcome back to Lifehacker’s Chilli Cook-Off. After kicking off the series with a super accessible, beanless, honest Texas chilli, we’re getting a little more involved with Katie P’s Umami Bomb Chilli.
Chili can add a bit of pizzazz to any meal but it can also be a painful addition. Milk is a great antidote when you’ve taken a bite of something a little too spicy but it’s not always on hand. Thankfully, there are alternatives. Why does chili burn? The key…
The hottest chilli ever measured rates a whopping 1,569,300 Scoville Heat Units, but what exactly does that mean? Where does the Scoville Scale come from? What exactly does it measure? And how do we end up with such a precise number to describe the heat sensation a pepper can produce?
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