How Spicy is Indonesian Spicy?

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Think you can handle spicy food? You obviously haven’t tried some of Indonesia’s spicier foods and snacks such as Bu Rudy’s sambal bawang, mie abang adek (noodles with 100 chilies), and Keripik Maicih (a type of cassava chip).

Indonesia-based Fix Productions create an interesting social eating experiment on foreigners eating Indonesian spicy food for the first time; their reactions are may surprise you. Some people’s tolerance level for spicy food is definitely more than others. Is it cultural? Watch the video and find out.

 

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