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  Reply # 1333289 29-Jun-2015 12:27
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I enjoy spicy food but I'm not interested in trying this pizza. +1 for Sal's Pizza in Auckland. The pizzas you can buy on the corner of Courtenay Place and Taranaki St are really good too. Never tried Scopa but will give them a nudge asap.

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  Reply # 1333850 30-Jun-2015 08:34
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I wonder how many people are visiting their GP's because of burnt backsides. 


Haven't tried it and being someone with an already sensitive stomach won't be trying it.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1333865 30-Jun-2015 08:56
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Seems like just another case of bullsh!t one-upmanship machismo behaviour to me... 

I love hot food and the effect it has, but I'm totally aware there's a point where heat just destroys the flavour of food and therefore destroys the enjoyment of eating it. I've also seen the long-term effect of eating too much hot food over a lifetime, which can result in people losing their sensitivity to taste more subtle flavours. I love food too much to risk that!

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  Reply # 1333866 30-Jun-2015 08:57
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I had it and found it alright to eat, finished a whole pizza without too much issues.

The next day was spent with my rear on fire and all the pain.




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