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Re-distilled Hot Sauce Therapy

The dregs of the dregs method
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A therapy-grade hot sauce could be made by "re-distilling" spicy food (passing it several times through the alimentary canal). The body would absorb more and more of whatever is absorbable in the food leaving only the boarder-line, unabsorbable, spicy, "aquired" tastes. The excrement might be "cleaned" before reingestion if it is possible to clean without removing the desired distillates, but hardcore spice- therapy enthusiasts would probably reintroduce matter without processing for a "purer" final product. The final product of repeat distillings of a carefully prepared meal would be a proof-is-in-the-pudding sort of way of turning up the contrast and brightness on an individual's taste over a certain period of time. Artists would evolve around this practice. -- Have you tried the Joe Blough, "Summer Vacation 2005?" Also, this would be a way for healers to be extremely precise about what they recommend as a theraputic concoction. The resulting "sauce" would be a distillation of all the boarderline aquired tastes they chose to eat at the first sitting.
JesusHChrist, May 04 2005


       But how do you separate the undigested bland fiber from undigested spice. And is the undigestable spice really "better"?
sophocles, May 04 2005

       hmm... maybe separating liquid from solid? Maybe what floats from what doesn't?
JesusHChrist, May 04 2005

       The undigestable spice would be "spicier" if not better.
JesusHChrist, May 04 2005

       I prefer unadulterated crap; the purist in me screams, "Know! Know for sure!".
reensure, May 04 2005

       Erm... yuk.
david_scothern, May 04 2005

       One wonders how JHC knows that the shat-out spices are 'spicyer' [sic] than the ones that went in.
waugsqueke, May 04 2005

       "Spice is the variety of life" -- Terrence McKenna
JesusHChrist, May 05 2005

       yeah! lets eat poop!
Voice, Feb 21 2008


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