Moo Yang, Gai Yang, Gai satay, Thai Taste crispy spring rolls, coconut shrimp, and fried fish cakes with spicy dipping sauces at a Thai restaurant; scientists theorize that we are drawn to hot spices because they’re good for us.
Moo Yang, Gai Yang, Gai satay, Thai Taste crispy spring rolls, coconut shrimp, and fried fish cakes with spicy dipping sauces at a Thai restaurant; scientists theorize that we are drawn to hot spices because they’re good for us. Ariana Eunjung Cha Washington Post
Moo Yang, Gai Yang, Gai satay, Thai Taste crispy spring rolls, coconut shrimp, and fried fish cakes with spicy dipping sauces at a Thai restaurant; scientists theorize that we are drawn to hot spices because they’re good for us. Ariana Eunjung Cha Washington Post

Spicy foods may be good for us

August 11, 2015 08:44 AM