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Old 04-04-2014, 12:51 AM   #21
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I use the flexible fabric type then put a finger cot on to keep the finger dry and the food not red.
That's what I used to do before I discovered the quick heal adhesive bandages. They are less cumbersome than the finger cot and, I find that stuff really does seem to heal faster. The clerks at the pharmacy had no idea what a finger cot is. They would almost always have to get the pharmacist.
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Old 04-04-2014, 12:54 AM   #22
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So, I'm being a big baby. I still had jalapenos to cut. It took about an hour for it to stop bleeding. I don't like cooking with regular bandaids on my hands. I want the really water proof "quick healing" kind and I don't think it's a good idea to put those on something that is still bleeding a lot. I was also getting hungry, so, waiting for it to stop bleeding before I could finish the prep work... Just didn't appeal.

The Indian food was really, good. We will definitely order from them again.
Ugh, those owies can hurt big time! Glad you enjoyed your new Indian restaurant.

Just a tip, for what it's worth.... I buy several jalapenos at a time, chop them up, and freeze them on a cookie sheet before putting them into a freezer safe container. They don't stick together that way and it's so handy to be able to scoop a spoonful or two out as you need them. Same thing for other peppers, and onions. But you probably already knew that.
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Old 04-04-2014, 01:03 AM   #23
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Ugh, those owies can hurt big time! Glad you enjoyed your new Indian restaurant.

Just a tip, for what it's worth.... I buy several jalapenos at a time, chop them up, and freeze them on a cookie sheet before putting them into a freezer safe container. They don't stick together that way and it's so handy to be able to scoop a spoonful or two out as you need them. Same thing for other peppers, and onions. But you probably already knew that.
Yup, knew that and I don't want chopped jalapenos for the ABTs. Those take most of an entire pepper or half a pepper.
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Old 04-04-2014, 05:32 AM   #24
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Super glue for cuts here. And I never heard of a finger cot either, but I can imagine what it is.

Can't go wrong with wings, Rock. If I hadn't seen these whole chickens I would have bought wings while in the store instead. Unless having two wings counts as having wings

My little bird. Just starting out, getting there, and finished.
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Finger cots. No wise cracks please.
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So, you know how I describe them.
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So, you know how I describe them.

I guess they could be dual purpose.
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None from me.
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I guess they could be dual purpose.
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