I have the same problem. I do everything outside now. Jalapeno's are about the only pepper the family can tolerate in the house.ajdrew said:Bowl of peppers to the left. Bowl of seeds in the middle. Bowl of cold water on the right. Pick up pepper, cut, drop seeds into middle bowl, drop shell into bowl of cold water. Theory being, the cold water will keep the fumes down. Ye, does anyone know a good divorce lawyer in Kentucky. It isnt that bad, but wife acted worse than I did any of the times I was hit with the real pepper spray. We met when we were both older. I am starting to think she lied about her past and was not nearly the protester I had thought.
So thinking I have to build a cutting room. Has anyone else gone that route or do folk just prop a fan in the window or something. Guys, she was really having troubles. Kids were find, I was fine, but wife was barely able to breathe.
You are a lucky man LordHill!LordHill said:Thank god Krissy doesnt mind anything I do. Last week I made some powders and she cleaned my coffee grinder for me. Yesterday she tried an Ot Heim. Today she tried her first bit of Brown Moruga.. good woman
Ya know, rubber gloves do have more than one function. I forget what it is, but that is what they say on the package: "multi use".moruga welder said:i can dehydrate in the kitchen and utility room , but no cutting and deseeding in the house ! oh definitely no powdering in the house . garage is where its at . give and take i guess . with the exception that she won't give during this time of year ! lol