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3 Hot (as in Spicy) Dishes for Summer

In some cultures, when the temperature rises, the food has heat

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En español | Hot, spicy foods feature prominently in the equatorial countries — Mexico, India and the Caribbean islands, for example. The reasoning: If you eat something hot, you sweat, and that cools you down. You're also likely to rehydrate. It's why bars set out those complimentary spicy-hot, salty snacks — to boost the bar tab. … Back to Article

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