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Palate Fatigue 6 years 4 months ago #13

Note to self, read the full text before replying. Best of luck.

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Palate Fatigue 6 years 4 months ago #14

"nigel_c":srv4z3v5 wrote: Note to self, read the full text before replying. Best of luck.[/quote:srv4z3v5]

I think everyone must have done that on a forum at one time or another!
But you were right anyhow so thanks again for the input. <!-- s:) --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" title="Smile" /><!-- s:) -->

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Palate Fatigue 6 years 4 months ago #15

Just to report back...

Used a cucumber sorbet when I felt my taste buds were starting to flag and then ramped up to a ginger one towards the end of the night. They worked well to refresh both the palate and the brain! I also flushed with some sparkling water, which worked much, much better than still.

By the way, both also worked to cleanse palate after fatty and acidic foods such as pork scratching, pickled eggs and cheese/crackers.

Thanks again for the input and ideas!

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Palate Fatigue 6 years 4 months ago #16

Thats the spirit, must get your method for cooking pork scratchings!!

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Palate Fatigue 6 years 4 months ago #17

&quot;IrishBeerSnob&quot;:3de1n158 wrote: ... must get your method for cooking pork scratchings!![/quote:3de1n158]

Funnily enough I took some photos of the process with a view to posting them on an old beer blog of mine that I plan to resurrect. Wild post link here if/when I do it.

Ditto the pickled eggs.

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