#1
So, I'm sitting here eating 'picante' and it's hotter than hell. Now, I'm the type of person who almost dies eating medium salsa. So, I'm eating HOT picante and my mouth just wants to walk out on me and run away.

So anyways, what's the difference between picante and salsa?
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#2
picante = spicy, an adjective to what i know
salsa = sauce, which would seem to be a noun
#3
I believe picante is smoother in texture, and very watery, while salsa has a more defined shape, with more visible chunks of tomatoes, peppers, onions, etc. I could be wrong, though.
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#5
Ah, ok. I usually just leave the peppers and onions and stuff alone when I eat salsa. They're kinda nasty.
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#6
^ I like the peppers, actually I love them, but I cannot stand onions.
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#7
i have these really hot peppers that i may make salsa out of. i also have some mustard habaneros... those are badass, as well as totally delicious lol
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#9
^The stuff I'm eating has more water, and the peppers/tomatoes/onions are sliced finer.
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#10
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picante = spicy, an adjective to what i know
salsa = sauce, which would seem to be a noun


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