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"Hot" red pepper ... Mike Jack Kennedy devours "the impossible meal"

"Hot" red pepper ... Mike Jack Kennedy devours "the impossible meal"

It is known that there are people who can eat hot red pepper, but at what speed? What about eating several heads of red pepper, which is known to be the hotter among the chili peppers?

"Hot" red pepper ... Mike Jack Kennedy devours "the impossible meal"


In the Canadian region of London, Ontario, Mike Jack managed to eat 3 heads of hot red pepper of the "Carolina Reaper" in less than 10 seconds, specifically in 9.72 seconds, breaking the world record for the fastest time to eat 3 heads of red pepper, which says the Guinness Book For records it is the hotter among peppers.


A video of Canadian Jack dealing with this red pepper was published on the Guinness World Records page on Facebook last Wednesday, although Jack managed to do so on November 21.


It is worth noting that the Guinness Book of Records certified the "Carolina Reaper" as the hottest pepper in the world in 2017.


The Guinness Book of Records says chili provides an average of 1.5 million Scoville heat units, a measure of the strength and ferocity of hot pepper that was developed by American chemist Wilbur Scoville in 1912.


 According to the Guinness Book of Records, the average temperature of jalapeno peppers ranges between 2,500 to 8,000 Scoville units, according to the US CNN news site.


And Canadian Jack is familiar in the world of world records, because he previously broke three of them, all related to the consumption of chili, according to the Guinness Book of Records.


And Jack broke his first record in January 2019, when he achieved the fastest time to eat 3 heads of hot pepper from the "Pot Juloccia", and scored it in 9.75 seconds.


As for his second record, his record for consuming the largest number of "Pot Jolokia" hot pepper, or "Bhutan hot pepper" also known as "ghost pepper", in one minute, which he achieved on March 2, 2019, when he ate 97 grams.


 And the third record he achieved when he broke the record for consumption of chili peppers in two minutes on February 29, 2020.


Pot Julukia pepper has a temperature of just over 800,000 Scoville units, and is strong enough for the Indian Army to use as an ingredient in a hand grenade used to immobilize enemies, according to the Guinness Book of Records.

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