Do you want to be a hot sauce or chile pepper reviewer?
You may feel a pull towards showing your spicy food passions on camera. It could be anything from trying scorching super hot peppers to sampling to reviewing hot sauces and BBQ sauces.
With today’s technology, its become far less cumbersome to get your mug in video formats all over the world, with social networks having full video integration. YouTube is still the major player, and along with a half-dozen other video outlets, all you basically need to do nowadays is open up the site or app, hit record, and you’re good to go.
Outside of technological considerations (more on that at the end of this article), what do you need to be successful?
Here are a few basic important things…
Guess which gender bought that giant bottle of Frank’s RedHot for social approval?
by Carl Williot
Your food choices say a lot about your personality. If you don’t eat meat, then you may be pretty concerned about animal welfare. If you eat protein bars for most meals, then you’re probably serious about the gym. And if you really like spicy foods…?
Well, that depends.
A new study has uncovered how gender and societal expectations may play a role in shaping your spicy food preferences. Earlier this month, researchers from Penn State published findings in the journal Food Quality and Preference that uncovered differences for “the liking and consumption of spicy foods” between men and women.
Specifically, women tend to enjoy the actual sensation it gives them, while men are more influenced by…
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