Chili peppers can be used as a source for producing biofuel, just like any other biomass. Biomass is material derived from living or recently dead organisms, such as crops, waste, wood and paper, alcohol, and so on.
There is no reason to specifically single out chili peppers though. If you’re thinking about the burning taste associated with hot peppers, it has nothing to do with actual heat. Chemicals called capsaicinoids, that are found in those peppers, just happen to activate receptors on nerve endings in human tissue that normally react to heat and physical abrasion. So the perception of heat is merely a sensation and does not indicate a high temperature.
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