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capsaicin

[kap′sā·ə·sən]
(organic chemistry)
C18H27O3N A toxic material extracted from capsicum.
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At Caban her band, the Hot Peppers, will consist of two of France's finest Cajun musicians - Pierre Henry Pichot on fiddle and multiinstrumentalist David Rolland - plus Owen Hughes on drums.
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Kansas City barbecue sauce is described in Smokin' Jack's menu as possessing the best ingredients of both Carolina and Texas (vinegar, mustard, hot peppers, tomato, Worcestershire sauce) and adding molasses ``for character and body, not just sweetness.
Hot peppers and painful spider bites don't seem to have much in common.
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New studies also show that consumption of hot peppers can reduce inflammation and relieve some pains.
Many naturally yellow, orange, or red vegetables will be rich in antioxidant carotenoids, including sweet potatoes, carrots, squash, pumpkin, citrus fruits, sweet and hot peppers, and tomatoes.