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How to eat more than 70 hot dogs in 10 minutes? What the participants of the US Independence Day “eat hot dogs” contest advise – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Date: June 18, 2024 Time: 23:58:40

On Independence Day 2001, it seemed to many that the record of 50 hot dogs and buns in 12 minutes would never be broken. But the “predictors” were wrong: In 2021, the winner of the competition ate 76 hot dogs and didn’t flinch. However, to participate in the main fight, he still has to go through qualifying competitions. According to American statistics, in 1980 the winner of the competition was the one who ate a dozen hot sausages with buns in the notorious 10 minutes. Today, to qualify, you must beat the 20 hot dog bar in 10 minutes. But at the same time, understand that those who have eaten less than 60 hot dogs have virtually no chance of winning. As record holders say, you need to prepare well for the competition. And they give advice on how to expand the stomach as much as possible.

Therefore, people with the following genetic characteristics have the highest chance of success: a short neck, a long torso, a broad chest, and a wide “assembly” (more horizontal stomach space). Second, as exercise, you should eat foods like sweet corn, wings, pistachios, and pumpkin pie throughout the year at full speed. And only then enter the hot dog eating competition.

Third, technique is very important. According to one of the participants, she takes a sausage in each hand and begins to bite down on one several times with her front teeth, leaving a series of notches in the sausage that allow the sausage roll to go down the esophagus without being hit. crushed. completely chewed up. She then dips a hot dog bun in strawberry-orange-banana flavored water to hydrate it enough to slide down her throat and through the meat. Other participants talk about exercises designed to strengthen the chewing and swallowing muscles, as well as a device that allows weight lifting with the jaw. Some diners use flavored water to offset the salty and garlicky taste of the hot dog, and use body movements to help them swallow the food continuously. But all the participants admit that during the competition they experience not so much pleasure as suffering from overeating.

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Hansen Taylor is a full-time editor for ePrimefeed covering sports and movie news.

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