I know this breaks the strict “NO CHEMICALS” rule but that’ll by 3-(methylthio)propionaldehyde, which I used almost every day for four years and couldn’t go near any beef flavoured crisps for years afterwards.
got some diesel on my fingers yesterday and was smelling them for hours down the motorway
i think i’d like that
you used to make crisps?
No but the stuff I used was labelled kosher for some reason.
Who has smelled their own fingers since reading this thread?
- Neither did I, I was just asking
what is it though? in english
something used in the manufacture of crisps
HAHA JAPES LIKES DOGSHIT CRISPS
Dunno how to answer that. It’s a pure substance and it smells really, really bad.
canadian ham seabrook
Trying this now.
Espresso if you’ve just done a shift in a cafe, gets right in there.
What is it used for?
Also dunno how to answer that! A lot of organic chemicals are useful for their chemical structure rather than their function or physical properties. This is one of them.