Hot Sauce Name API
Welcome to the Hot Sauce Name API. You're probably already familiar with hot sauce, but are you familiar with its origins and the various ways it can improve the taste of food? If not, then you should know that the name of this condiment actually means something different in different countries. It has been popular in the United States for decades, and has only recently gained popularity in other countries. In order to learn more about the history and science of this condiment, read on.
The earliest known use of hot sauce dates back to the Mayan civilization. It is believed that the first hot sauces were nothing more than a mixture of peppers and water. This practice continued to evolve as people started breeding pepper plants to produce desirable flavors. As the world began colonizing, hot-sauce evolved and included vinegar and other ingredients. Soon, hot sauce was being eaten throughout the world, and its spicy flavors spread across the globe.
The Scoville scale is a measurement of the subjective sensation of heat and indicates the number of dilutions of capsaicin needed to cease feeling the heat. The Scoville scale applies to pure capsaicin, and only to sauces that contain it. For example, the scorpion pepper is rated as the hottest hot sauce in the world. Using the Scoville scale is an easy way to add Hot & Spicy contents to your Website.
The Hot Sauce Name API is provided as a single row in JSON format. Currently there is a soft limit for subscribers of 5000 requests per month. The monthly cost of using the Hot Sauce Name API is only $3.99. About the cost of a Big Mac. But tastes better ;)
Example Hot Sauce Name API Output:"Evil Karl's Charred Furnace Potion "
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