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Chili peppersLate summer is chili harvest time, when the entire state of New Mexico savors the perfume of roasting chilies, and across the country the delightful, painful fruit of plants of the genus Capsi c um are being turned into salsa, hot sauce and grizzly bear repellant.

Festivals abound, often featuring chili pepper-eating contests. “It"s fun,” as one chili pepper expert wrote, “sort like a night out to watch someone being burned at the stake.”

In my kitchen, as I turn my homegrown habaneros into hot sauce while wearing a respirator (I"m not kidding) I have my own small celebration of the evolutionary serendipity that has allowed pain-loving humans to enjoy such tasty pain.
Some experts argue that we like chilies because they are good for us. They can help lower blood pressure, may have some antimicrobial effects, and they increase salivation, which is good if you eat a boring diet based on one bland staple crop like corn or rice. The pain of chilies can even kill other pain, a concept supported by recent research.
Others, notably Dr. Paul Rozin at the University of Pennsylvania, argue that the beneficial effects are too small to explain the great human love of chili-spiced food. “I don"t think they have anything to with why people eat and like it,” he said in an interview. Dr. Rozin, who studies other human emotions and likes and dislikes (“I am the father of disgust in psychology,” he says) thinks that we"re in it for the pain. “This is a theory,” he emphasizes. “I don"t know that this is true.”


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