Mouth on fire!

Forest Nymph

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One of my roommates left behind some random produce, which is nice, when she left to go see her parents.

Me, I have some mild cold symptoms so was looking for sources of vitamin C. One possibility were some smallish round peppers, red in color, which I knew weren't cayenne or chipotle, so I guessed them to be mild to moderate, and if moderate, all the better to clear my sinuses.

Omg! So much heat! I drank two small cups of apple juice thinking sugar would make it go away but no! For like five minutes I had to either drink water or hold it in my mouth before spitting it out. Otherwise when I stopped to blow my nose my eyes watered and the front half of my tongue felt like it was burning.

And I like spicy food!

Good Lord. I'm going to have to pickle these or stick them in oil.
 
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Forest Nymph

Forest Nymph

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You cannot share an experience like that without telling us what kind of pepper it was! lol...
Was it any of these?:
https://www.pepperscale.com/round-peppers/

I'm sorry... The old school way to cure that used to be milk. Not sure if plant milks help :(

I don't know! I am tempted to say that it looks like a scotch bonnet but that probably would have been much worse. I just took a bite. It would have been worse with more of the seeds, the bite was at the bottom.

I probably should have tried chocolate soy milk instead of apple juice. The water helped though lol.