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Anti-Spice

Get rid of that burning sensation.
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Too much 5-alarm chili? Too many jalapenos? Just one glass of this and your mouth is back to a cool 98.6 degrees!

Also popular with fire eaters.

FakeGreenDress, Oct 04 2000

Cure for the "Ring of Fire" http://www.halfbake...Ring_20of_20Fire_22
The opposite end of the problem... [egnor, Oct 04 2000, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Burnaway http://www.peppers....688&back=more.ihtml
Peppers.com's version of anti-spice. [BigThor, Oct 04 2000, last modified Oct 04 2004]

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       Milk
thumbwax, Oct 04 2000
  

       Mangos! really anthing sweet will counter spicy
wrenchndmachine, Oct 04 2000
  

       It's not the sweet, it's the oil/fat. Spicy is carried by oil, and things like milk dilute it.   

       Dilute! Dilute! OK!
StarChaser, Oct 05 2000
  

       Baked.   

       There's already a commercial product on the market that does this. It also works.   

       See the link provided.
BigThor, Oct 10 2000
  

       Things which absorb oil also work well. I recommend bread or tortilla chips.
nick_n_uit, Mar 18 2001
  


 

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