May 24, 2002, Newsletter Issue #35: Neutralising Hot Peppers

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Pepper heat can be neutralized by some starchy foods, such as rice, corn or bread, by dairy products like cheese and yogurt and by sugar. If a dish is too hot, try using a little sugar, or serving over a bed of rice or with a spoonful of yogurt.

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