I’ve only met one person who hates eating hot food and I just wondered how she could do it. Honestly, as someone who enjoys eating hot meals, I’d rather faint while eating them like a hungry lion but there’s no disputing the fact that some foods should not be consumed when they are hot or else you put some of your organs at risk. At some point, I heard that consuming too much of hot foods can give you bad breath as it in a way burns your tongue and makes it sore. Even if you say odeshi everytime you take a spoon full of that hot food, you’ll still suffer in silence whether you like it or not. Now, let’s take a look at those foods.
The first on the list is beans. Place a hot plate of rice and a hot plate of beans side by side, the plate of beans is always hotter than the rice. Do you care about your tongue at all? What about your hard palate? It’s already enough that it takes time to prepare, it takes even longer to get cold. Do not consume hot beans when you are hungry.
You thought the ‘ice’ in front of it was a joke?
The weather is a little cold now because of the rainy season that is slowly taking its place but why will you open your eyes and opt for a hot plate of pepper soup? Hasn’t the country you are living in showed you enough hot pepper? Kindly eat it while it is lukewarm to save yourself from additional stress.
I always wonder why people call themselves “hot cake” when you don’t really see them eating much of the ‘hot cake’ until it is cold. Cake is at its best when it is cold, that way, the flavor in it will seep in deeper and make it reach its full potential.
If it’s not cracking in your mouth, it is mini buns that you are eating? Chinchin is Chinchin when it is cold.
First of all, why will you make cornflakes with hot water? What exactly do you hope to achieve? Cornflakes pudding? If you prepare your cornflakes with those boxed milk, you are not part of this conversation.
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