FARGO, ND (Valley News Live) – The One Chip Challenge, a challenge with a chip so hot it comes with a warning. Part of the label says, “Do not eat if you are sensitive to spicy foods, allergic to peppers, pregnant or have any health problems.”
“Keep that away from kids, your pets, anyone really. Keep it away from everyone. said Hannah Sorensen, who works at the Four Star Ninja Academy.
The chip itself contains Carolina Reaper and Scorpion peppers in its ingredients. In the end, Dustin Hjelmstad and Hannah Sorensen were both ready to eat the chip, and both say it was a painful experience.
“Breathing in is good, breathing out is like the breath of a dragon. Said Hjlemstad.
“I was prepared this time. So it’s not that bad, but it’s still super bad. Sorensen said after taking on the challenge for the second time.
The chip challenge has caught on on social media, with varying results. Noah Bentley at Red Pepper, says there’s spicy food, then there’s really spicy food.
“I would avoid it at all costs I would say. If somebody would play a prank on me with that and put it in my food or something, I wouldn’t be their friend anymore. Bentley said.
The Carolina Reaper is around 2,000,000 Scoville on the Heat Index, while the Scorpion is at 1,200,000. At the University of Medicine of Chicago, Dr. Edwin McDonald IV says spicy foods with labels warning signs can trigger stomach pain. So eat them at your own risk.
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