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Love it!!! Also: Love that you’re wearing gloves. That’s very important!
It helped, but it still went through the gloves like woh!
At least you didn’t touch your eyes or something after! It’s totally something I would do
That sounds exactly like something my husband would say.
Last year I didn’t wear gloves. I made an effort to wash my hands well with Dawn, Salt, and regular soap after handling the peppers. My hands smelled nice and clean. I made an effort to to touch my eyes for the rest of the day. Two days later I had an eye itch. My eyes burned for 3 hours…it was 3 days later! So yes, make sure to wear gloves!
Yeah, I made the mistake of picking at my nose…OUCH.
They are incredibly delicious, and I find myself using them more in more in my cooking. You may surmise that I force them into dishes that probably don’t need them, but I think it makes most foods better.