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Indian chef dips his bare hand in 200C boiling oil to pick fried fish.

 
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200c. I want to see a thermometer. Do it without battered fingers.
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lol he had shit on his hands... probably some type of more viscous oil
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200c. I want to see a thermometer. Do it without battered fingers.
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Not hard, put hand and forearm in ice for a few, grab fast. Apply silvadine cream.
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If you burn your finger just grab your ear lobe. The heat gets dissipitated by the tissue which absorbs all the heat and you can actually feel the warmth being transferred.

Just a tip I learnt from an uncle who learnt it from an east Indian professor.
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tbh I'm not too amazed, I'm a chef (write that down data miners) and while I don't dip my fingers into the actual fryer your hands do become seriously immune to heat after a while, I regularly pick up stuff that has literally just come up from the oil... still coated in it.

But the top level of the oil is not as hot as you might think anyway and I notice his fingertips are well coated in batter.

It's a nice gimmick but not anything really amazing tbh.
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tbh I'm not too amazed, I'm a chef (write that down data miners) and while I don't dip my fingers into the actual fryer your hands do become seriously immune to heat after a while, I regularly pick up stuff that has literally just come up from the oil... still coated in it.

But the top level of the oil is not as hot as you might think anyway and I notice his fingertips are well coated in batter.

It's a nice gimmick but not anything really amazing tbh.
 Quoting: Lucky Charms


Indians love gimmicks and illusions. I think the English word faker comes from fakir. Those guys who do the tricks to the amazement of their audiences.
 Quoting: Kirk


And Americans don't???

The difference is that Americans like to watch gimmicks and illusions in some fancy hotel showroom in Las Vegas and Indians don't bother watching it in some filthy food shop in New Delhi.
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If you watch the video you see that his fingers are heavily coated in batter or whatever the orange crap is. This on top of building a tolerance to burning yourself is how he does it. Simple.
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Don't they eat with their left?
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wipe with left, eat with right.
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Re: Indian chef dips his bare hand in 200C boiling oil to pick fried fish.
If you burn your finger just grab your ear lobe. The heat gets dissipitated by the tissue which absorbs all the heat and you can actually feel the warmth being transferred.

Just a tip I learnt from an uncle who learnt it from an east Indian professor.
hf
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After I read your post Peter Sellers immediately came to my mind.



Last Edited by Ford Prefect on 12/16/2013 07:49 PM
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The liquid is having air pumped in to make it bubble like it's boiling but it's not really that hot. You can't cheat basic physics.
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tbh I'm not too amazed, I'm a chef (write that down data miners) and while I don't dip my fingers into the actual fryer your hands do become seriously immune to heat after a while, I regularly pick up stuff that has literally just come up from the oil... still coated in it.

But the top level of the oil is not as hot as you might think anyway and I notice his fingertips are well coated in batter.

It's a nice gimmick but not anything really amazing tbh.
 Quoting: Lucky Charms


Indians love gimmicks and illusions. I think the English word faker comes from fakir. Those guys who do the tricks to the amazement of their audiences.
 Quoting: Kirk


And Americans don't???

The difference is that Americans like to watch gimmicks and illusions in some fancy hotel showroom in Las Vegas and Indians don't bother watching it in some filthy food shop in New Delhi.
 Quoting: Ford Prefect


Where did I mention Americans yay or nay? You would benefit from a course in logic. The discipline would help you stay on track.
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The liquid is having air pumped in to make it bubble like it's boiling but it's not really that hot. You can't cheat basic physics.
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The liquid is having air pumped in to make it bubble like it's boiling but it's not really that hot. You can't cheat basic physics.
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A PhD heard from
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Not even a ged on that one.
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The liquid is having air pumped in to make it bubble like it's boiling but it's not really that hot. You can't cheat basic physics.
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Yup!!
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Its pretty clear the cold batter on his fingers insulates well enuf for the short dips in the oil. Lets all be honest.. he isn't dipping his hand in that oil, hes skimming the top (coldest place in the fryer) with batter on his finger.

Batter dip a French fry in a deep fryer similar to what he is doing, I bet the batter doesn't even set.

Not saying what he is doing isn't practiced and a bit risky, but its also no superhuman.
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12/16/2013 08:29 PM
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Do they not have kitchen utensils in India?

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They don't have public toilets either.
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yeah they do, they call them streets.
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Be happy he is not using his shitty left hand....
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Maybe the oil isn't that hot and he uses an air bubbler.
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Re: Indian chef dips his bare hand in 200C boiling oil to pick fried fish.
tbh I'm not too amazed, I'm a chef (write that down data miners) and while I don't dip my fingers into the actual fryer your hands do become seriously immune to heat after a while, I regularly pick up stuff that has literally just come up from the oil... still coated in it.

But the top level of the oil is not as hot as you might think anyway and I notice his fingertips are well coated in batter.

It's a nice gimmick but not anything really amazing tbh.
 Quoting: Lucky Charms


Indians love gimmicks and illusions. I think the English word faker comes from fakir. Those guys who do the tricks to the amazement of their audiences.
 Quoting: Kirk


And Americans don't???

The difference is that Americans like to watch gimmicks and illusions in some fancy hotel showroom in Las Vegas and Indians don't bother watching it in some filthy food shop in New Delhi.
 Quoting: Ford Prefect


Where did I mention Americans yay or nay? You would benefit from a course in logic. The discipline would help you stay on track.
 Quoting: Kirk


YOu didn't! But then there's the US flag below your user ID and just couldn't help myself noticing how hypocrite your remark sounded.

Discipline is for children and the military. There are none here, so fuck off.
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I knew a woman who worked as a bagel maker when she was in college and she swears that after awhile, you just start plucking the bagels out of the boiling water and you build up a tolerance to it over time.

This is after I saw her pluck something out of a pot of boiling water while I was watching. I would never have believed it either had I not seen it.
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This is not tolerance, maybe the brain somehow disconnects from the pain, but the skin doesn't develop any resistance.
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You're a special kind of stupid, aren't you?
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I think the OP must be a liberal.....he isn't the least bit interested in letting anyone have their own opinion about this. And if you persist in defending your position/theory he tries to belittle you into silence.

Oh shit....there I go sound all "butt hurt again". LOL
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It's very similar to the leidenfrost effect. He has batter on his hands every time, and only leaves his hands in there for a split second.. You can dip your hand in molten lead with just water with the same method.
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I think the OP must be a liberal.....he isn't the least bit interested in letting anyone have their own opinion about this. And if you persist in defending your position/theory he tries to belittle you into silence.

Oh shit....there I go sound all "butt hurt again". LOL
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Poor dear, Tom Cruise memes make you feel belittled, besides "threatened and attacked"????

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There has to be a trick to this. All humans are made from the same basic biological materials. The oil is hot enough to fry fish flesh, therefore it will do the same to human flesh. He must have some protective coating on his fingers. It is the only rational explanation.
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Coating doesn't stick to the skin after you dip into liquid, the most logical explanation is a possible pain-reception nerve damage and he didn't figure it out yet.

But then, that's India, the ultimate woo-woo land, so it wouldn't be a surprise if that chef has his body half in the 3rd dimension and half in the 5th.

cruise
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I´ve seen a lot of weird shit in India. Maybe he is some kind of trained Yogi.
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Re: Indian chef dips his bare hand in 200C boiling oil to pick fried fish.
tbh I'm not too amazed, I'm a chef (write that down data miners) and while I don't dip my fingers into the actual fryer your hands do become seriously immune to heat after a while, I regularly pick up stuff that has literally just come up from the oil... still coated in it.

But the top level of the oil is not as hot as you might think anyway and I notice his fingertips are well coated in batter.

It's a nice gimmick but not anything really amazing tbh.
 Quoting: Lucky Charms


Indians love gimmicks and illusions. I think the English word faker comes from fakir. Those guys who do the tricks to the amazement of their audiences.
 Quoting: Kirk


What some Yoguis and fakirs do is no "trick", it´s control over the body way beyond we think is possible. There aren´t many of them but you sure will find them in India.
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There has to be a trick to this. All humans are made from the same basic biological materials. The oil is hot enough to fry fish flesh, therefore it will do the same to human flesh. He must have some protective coating on his fingers. It is the only rational explanation.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33509203


Coating doesn't stick to the skin after you dip into liquid, the most logical explanation is a possible pain-reception nerve damage and he didn't figure it out yet.

But then, that's India, the ultimate woo-woo land, so it wouldn't be a surprise if that chef has his body half in the 3rd dimension and half in the 5th.

cruise
 Quoting: Ford Prefect


I´ve seen a lot of weird shit in India. Maybe he is some kind of trained Yogi.
 Quoting: Awani


That would explain the amount of trolls derailing the thread since it got pinned.

Last Edited by Ford Prefect on 12/16/2013 09:25 PM
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Re: Indian chef dips his bare hand in 200C boiling oil to pick fried fish.
tbh I'm not too amazed, I'm a chef (write that down data miners) and while I don't dip my fingers into the actual fryer your hands do become seriously immune to heat after a while, I regularly pick up stuff that has literally just come up from the oil... still coated in it.

But the top level of the oil is not as hot as you might think anyway and I notice his fingertips are well coated in batter.

It's a nice gimmick but not anything really amazing tbh.
 Quoting: Lucky Charms


Indians love gimmicks and illusions. I think the English word faker comes from fakir. Those guys who do the tricks to the amazement of their audiences.
 Quoting: Kirk


What some Yoguis and fakirs do is no "trick", it´s control over the body way beyond we think is possible. There aren´t many of them but you sure will find them in India.
 Quoting: Awani


Sadhus.
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