Spicing It Up: Exploring Fiery Foods #141

Spicing It Up: Exploring Fiery Foods #141
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辛い食べ物が好きですか? 皆さんの国にはどんなものがありますか? Dive into the world of spicy foods in this episode! From popular spicy dishes in Japan, like curry and kimchi, to personal spicy food tolerances, join us in exploring the heat!

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単語 (Vocabulary)

鍋(なべ): hot pot
汗(あせ)をかく: sweat (verb/noun)
辛い(からい): spicy
味(あじ): taste, flavor
食文化(しょくぶんか): food culture
人気(にんき): popularity
唐辛子(とうがらし): chili pepper
反応(はんのう): reaction
調味料(ちょうみりょう): seasoning
食材(しょくざい): ingredients
風味(ふうみ): flavor, taste
激辛(げきから): extremely spicy
口当たり(くちあたり): texture, taste
香辛料(こうしんりょう): spices
感想(かんそう): thoughts, impressions
食感(しょっかん): texture (of food)
嗜好(しこう): preference, taste
多様性(たようせい): diversity

会話の話題 (Conversation Topics)

What are some popular spicy dishes in your country?

Do you prefer spicy food, or are you more inclined towards milder flavors?

How does your body react to eating spicy food? For me, it makes my ears hurt. Funny, isn't it?

Have you tried Japanese-style spicy dishes like curry, kimchi nabe, or tantanmen? If so, what are your thoughts on them?

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