The scent goes cold

The Daily Telegraph - - Letters To The Editor -

SIR – Juliet Sa­muel (Com­ment, Novem­ber 11) wants to know how to rid her hands of the smell of gar­lic that lingers af­ter cook­ing.

I sug­gest rins­ing your hands un­der cold wa­ter both be­fore and af­ter chop­ping. The cold wa­ter closes your pores, there­fore keeps the juices out. The prob­lem is re­mem­ber­ing to do it. Pamela Wheeler

Shrews­bury

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