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PEPPER OR NO PEPPER IN SUYA PART 1

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Pepper or No Pepper in Suya Part 1: A Debate Worth Having

Suya is a popular West African street food that has gained popularity around the world. It is made by grilling skewered meat that has been marinated in spices and served with a side of spicy peanut sauce. However, when it comes to the level of spiciness, there is a debate about whether or not pepper should be added to the marinade. In this article, we’ll explore the arguments for and against adding pepper to suya.
Proponents of adding pepper to Suya argue that it is an essential ingredient that gives the dish its signature heat and flavour. They believe that without pepper, Suya would not be the same and would lose its authenticity. Additionally, some people enjoy the heat and find it to be a necessary component of the dish.
On the other hand, those who argue against adding pepper to Suya point out that not everyone enjoys spicy food and that it can be overwhelming for some people. They believe that by adding pepper, the dish becomes inaccessible to those who cannot handle the heat. Furthermore, they argue that the peanut sauce already provides a level of spiciness and that adding pepper to the marinade is unnecessary.
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According to a study by the American Chemical Society, the spice in pepper, capsaicin, has a variety of health benefits, including reducing inflammation and lowering blood pressure. However, it’s important to note that consuming too much spice can also have negative effects, such as causing heartburn or stomach pain.
Ultimately, the decision to add pepper to Suya is a matter of personal preference. Some people enjoy the heat and flavour that pepper adds, while others prefer a milder version of the dish. Chefs and restaurant owners may also choose to cater to their customers’ preferences by offering both spicy and non-spicy versions of Suya.
The debate over whether or not to add pepper to Suya is a valid one. While pepper adds heat and flavour to the dish, it can also be overwhelming for some people. Ultimately, the decision should be based on personal preference and the desire to cater to a diverse range of customers.PEPPER OR NO PEPPER IN SUYA PART 1
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