People who swim in warm freshwater lakes, ponds and hot springs should do their best to avoid getting water up their nose because it could transmit a deadly parasite, a U.S. case report suggests. Typically, the infection occurs when water enters the nose, and the ameba migrates from the nose to the brain.
sulfide (The Hot Springs Smell). But it's okay because it's natural. That sulfurous rotten egg sort of Hot Springs smell is actually H2S, hydrogen sulfide. Not all hot springs have it to the same extent, there are some that don't have the hot springs smell at all.
The sulfur binds with oxygen to form the compound sulfate. Sulfur compounds are naturally occurring in hot springs and the source of the characteristic eggy odor. It's interesting to note that the deeper the hot springs and the faster it sends water to the surface, the stronger the smell.
Everything smells like farts The water in Iceland is heated by harnessing the volcanic landscapes geothermal energy, which then then runs straight to your tap. So whilst it is super fresh, it is also super sulphuric, making it smell like you're changing the diaper of a baby grown on a diet of Indian food and asparagus.
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Saving A Curdled Dish The simplest way to do that is with a starch thickener. Whisk flour or cornstarch into a small saucepan of cold milk and bring it to a simmer. As it thickens, slowly whisk in your salvaged sauce.
Heating and re-heating gelatin Gelatin has a fairly low melting point and will become liquid if left in a warm environment. Small amounts of gelatin can be melted in a container placed in warm tap water. Larger amounts can be re-heated over a pot of boiling water.