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Posted: 12/30/2005 7:05:34 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/30/2005 7:28:43 PM EDT by Alien]
I am eating orange chicken and got it non spicey but I bit into some plant thingie (some sort of pepper) THAT WAS HOT AS HELL and it's still burning. Is there anything that can neutralize the burning sensation?

Edit

Thanks to the help of the fine members of this board, my mouth may survive afterall. Chocolate ice cream did the trick to neutralize the pepper oil from Satan's tears.
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:06:11 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/30/2005 7:08:18 PM EDT by TheRedHorseman]
chocolate.


wuss
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:06:22 PM EDT
milk, bread, or something sweet works for me.
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:06:27 PM EDT
wa-ta
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:06:34 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Alien:
I am eating orange chicken and got it non spicey but I bit into some plant thingie (some sort of pepper) THAT WAS HOT AS HELL and it's still burning. Is there anything that can neutralize the burning sensation?




White rice or milk.
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:06:54 PM EDT

Originally Posted By fossil_fuel:
wa-ta



okay, apparently you havent ever eaten anything REALLY hot. taco bell hot sauce is not hot
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:07:40 PM EDT
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:08:19 PM EDT

Originally Posted By fossil_fuel:
wa-ta



Water does not neutralize spice. it just dilutes distributes the flavor over the entire mouth.
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:08:30 PM EDT
Fat from dairy. Cream, whole milk, sour cream.

Skim milk is useless. Don't drink alcohol, it doesn't dilute the hottitude, it just moves it around to more sensitories in your food-hole.

(Sorry about the medical jargon in that last sentence. I'm in medical special forces )
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:08:42 PM EDT
Chocolate works best.
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:09:07 PM EDT
Thanks! I ate a couple of spoonfuls of chocolate ice cream and that helped a LOT! That was about the hottest thing I've ever eaten. I don't know wtf it was, but I've eaten some very hot things before and this was red hot run to the bathroom sink for water hot.
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:09:09 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/30/2005 7:10:17 PM EDT by PROFESSORCHAOS]
milk or ice cream
eta-never, ever eat those little red peppers
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:11:03 PM EDT
Milk.

I only drink skim and it works great. Maybe the fatboy milk works better, I dunno.

Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:12:31 PM EDT

Originally Posted By TheRedHorseman:

oh yeah, pussy





I was cutting some really hot peppers (some Asian Thai pepper or something. I can't remember right now) for some Fajitas and got the pepper's oil on my fingers. Well, after dinner, I "stuck my fingers in the pie for some dessert". My wife did not enjoy that too much at all. Sh said it burned just a bit.

Lesson learned: Don't put your fingers in pie if you have hot pepper oils on them.

Oh yeah. Milk will help nuetralize the burning of a hot food.

Kris
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:12:57 PM EDT

Originally Posted By PROFESSORCHAOS:
milk or ice cream
eta-never, ever eat those little red peppers



I'm eating in the dark watching Battlestar Galactica season 2 on DVD. WTF was that thing? I looked in the cup I spit it out in that I had next to my bed and it's red.
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:13:31 PM EDT
A BEER. Really it works. The only time that I drink a beer while I'm eating is when I am eating somehting hot n spicy like chicken wings.
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:13:35 PM EDT
Maybe I'm wrong about it being the milk fat, but I've noticed anything with milk fats (except butter for some reason) does the best job for me.

I just don't think skim has the accuracy necessary to neutralize it, even if you put a scope and tactical light on it.

Anyone know what caliber is best for neutralizing hot foods?

Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:14:18 PM EDT

Originally Posted By shop_rat45:

Originally Posted By TheRedHorseman:

oh yeah, pussy





I was cutting some really hot peppers (some Asian Thai pepper or something. I can't remember right now) for some Fajitas and got the pepper's oil on my fingers. Well, after dinner, I "stuck my fingers in the pie for some dessert". My wife did not enjoy that too much at all. Sh said it burned just a bit.

Lesson learned: Don't put your fingers in pie if you have hot pepper oils on them.

Oh yeah. Milk will help nuetralize the burning of a hot food.

Kris



Hahaha, how long was it before you had pie again?
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:15:26 PM EDT
I may be wrong, but an old wise man once told me the burn from peppers and such is from them being a base. The milk's lactic acid helps to nuetrilize the base and stop the burn.

Some one please correct me if I'm wrong.

Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:15:32 PM EDT
Don't drink anything cold. As the oils released when you bite the pepper are what makes your tongue burn, anything cold will make them start to congeal and stick to your tongue/mouth.
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:15:52 PM EDT
beer.... bread .. or milk....

Ted...
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:16:00 PM EDT
Grab a large table spoon, put it in your mouth and put your tongue on it.
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:16:18 PM EDT

Originally Posted By inzane123:

Originally Posted By shop_rat45:

Originally Posted By TheRedHorseman:

oh yeah, pussy





I was cutting some really hot peppers (some Asian Thai pepper or something. I can't remember right now) for some Fajitas and got the pepper's oil on my fingers. Well, after dinner, I "stuck my fingers in the pie for some dessert". My wife did not enjoy that too much at all. Sh said it burned just a bit.

Lesson learned: Don't put your fingers in pie if you have hot pepper oils on them.

Oh yeah. Milk will help nuetralize the burning of a hot food.

Kris



Hahaha, how long was it before you had pie again?



We learned that "burnt pie" is not any good.
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:17:33 PM EDT

Originally Posted By ODD:
Maybe I'm wrong about it being the milk fat, but I've noticed anything with milk fats (except butter for some reason) does the best job for me.

I just don't think skim has the accuracy necessary to neutralize it, even if you put a scope and tactical light on it.

Anyone know what caliber is best for neutralizing hot foods?




this kid is A-OK
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:17:47 PM EDT
Milk, with butter milk being the best.

Bread helps.

Never tried chocolate.
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:31:50 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Alien:
I am eating orange chicken and got it non spicey but I bit into some plant thingie (some sort of pepper) THAT WAS HOT AS HELL and it's still burning. Is there anything that can neutralize the burning sensation?

Edit

Thanks to the help of the fine members of this board, my mouth may survive afterall. Chocolate ice cream did the trick to neutralize the pepper oil from Satan's tears.



Eat bread
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:33:11 PM EDT
Link Posted: 12/30/2005 7:34:43 PM EDT



Somebody Tell Me How to Neutralize HOT Spicy Stuff In Your Mouth!



Quit *%#@ the illegal immigrants you hire as day laborers.

Link Posted: 12/30/2005 11:26:10 PM EDT

Originally Posted By ODD:
Fat from dairy. Cream, whole milk, sour cream.

Skim milk is useless. Don't drink alcohol, it doesn't dilute the hottitude, it just moves it around to more sensitories in your food-hole.

(Sorry about the medical jargon in that last sentence. I'm in medical special forces )








Yeah, what he said.


For this sort of thing you need dairy. The higher the milkfat content the better. Buttermilk works great.
Link Posted: 12/31/2005 9:49:49 AM EDT
Next time grab one of the peppers quick and rub it all over your crotch. The discomfort in your mouth will be reduced to nothing in seconds.

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