I am a genius. Hold the applause. Look-a-here, son: SPICY SOYLENT

I’ve had tobasco chocolate. I’ve put chocolate-flavored gourmet hot sauce in my ice cream. I’ve put cayenne extract on my popcorn kernels for some spicy corn goodness. NOW I WANT MY SOYLENT TO BURN!!! I want Feisty, I want Hot, I want Extra Hot, I want Feel the Burn, and I want EXTREME. AND I WANT EXTREME TO BE ON CAROLINA REAPER LEVELS OF HELL FIRE. WHO’S WITH ME?!?!

Dang, nobody really interested in Spicy Soylent huh? Big oof. :pensive:

I’d be a fan of savory (instead of sweet) flavors for sure. But just “make it hot” might not be the right thing for me. :slight_smile:

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I’d might go for something on the order of spicy V8, Except I just get spicy V8.

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Use this. https://www.amazon.com/Kiva-Gourmet-Smoked-Pepper-Jolokia/dp/B00IKSGI28/

Since reapers are only twice as hot as ghost peppers, just use double the amount. I would suggest 1/4 tsp to start with though (if you are accustomed to ghost peppers).

Not I, said the penguin. I’ll take my Soylent sweet - think bananas! Why don’t you mix up a chili + banana version and let us know how it turns out?