Oh dear. You're right. However any female who doesn't know about
toxic shock syndrome and inserts a tampon after chopping chillies
without first doing the anti toxi shock thorough handwashing routine
deserves anything she gets in my humble opinion.
I strongly suspect that thorough handwashing isn't enough to remove the
oils that cause the burn.
Gary Woods AKA K2AHC- PGP key on request, or at home.earthlink.net/~garygarlic
Zone 5/6 in upstate New York, 1420' elevation. NY WO G
You are right, the oils sticks in your skin. Many years ago when I was just
a lad I made Asian food for dinner using fresh chillis. I scrubbed and
scrubbed with soap and a brush afterwards.
Later that night my sweety said rather shrill "go away, go far away, not
tonight, no-way, git" I always use disposable gloves now.
How do you oprepare it? I've grown some for the4 first time this year
because I can't get it in jars here. (I live in France.) I can get
something called horseradish cream but it's so mile it's almost sweet -
sort of misses the whole point of horseradish!
Do I just grate it into a jar? Would I have to put it in sterilized jars?
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