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Having a burnt tongue is a very painful experience, and you want to find relief for the pain as soon as possible. Although it's tempting to visit a doctor and cry for help, there are plenty of ways that you can help your poor tongue to feel better and heal faster so you can get back to enjoying your favorite foods.
As soon as you burn your tongue, you will want to apply something cold right away. You can use ice cubes, an ice pack, a Popsicle or ice cream. You want to make sure that you apply the cold to the affected area of your tongue for at least a full minute. A great option is to use yogurt if you have it on hand. Many find that it works much better than all of the other types of home remedies available.
Sucking on menthol cough drops is also a good idea. The menthol can help to numb the area of the tongue so you won’t feel as much pain. Similarly, a topical anesthetic that you can find in the drug store is a good option, but you need to make sure that it is for oral purposes.
Your tongue is going to be sensitive until it heals completely. You will want to eat slowly and make sure that all of your food is cool before you eat. While you are waiting for your tongue to heal, you will want to stay away from certain types of food that can exacerbate the problem, like vinegary and acidic foods; so unfortunately, you'll have to skip eating your favorite Indian food until next week.
Authentic and Delicious Japanese Cuisine. Toshio's Teriyaki is a Japanese restaurant located on the corner of Massachusetts and Rainier in Seattle WA. Yoko and James started the restaurant in 2002 and have since won awards for the Best Restaurant in Rainier Valley and the Best Teriyaki Food of SE Seattle. Their juicy and tender teriyaki if very unique and different from other teriyaki. Our Menu includes: • A variety of Teriyaki Dishes • Katsu Dishes • Chicken and Beef Curry • Tempura • Donburi • Tofu Dishes • and more Please visit our website for full menu. Come in today to enjoy Toshio's Teriyaki!
Ruth’s Chris Steak House specializes in serving aged USDA Prime steaks, broiled in a trademark 1800-degree oven and served on a plate heated to 500 degrees to ensure the steak stays “sizzling” hot. To experience fine dining at its best … Just follow the sizzle to Ruth's Chris Steak House!
Thai Cuisine In Belltown. Now Open! Conveniently located on 1st Avenue in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle. Yummy Thai Cuisine is now open for lunch and dinner from 11am to 9pm 7 days a week. Serving Fresh, Authentic Thai Cuisine. Beer and Wine available as well. Dine in or Take out. We look forward to serving you. Here a few recent reviews: 5.0 star rating 9/12/2013 We decided to try coming here instead of Green Leaf for a change to grab some appetizers and drinks before a show. What a great find! We were pleasantly surprised by the colorful and intimate ambiance, service, portions, and prices. Totally delicious food that is obviously prepared and served with care. We're not Thai ourselves, so we can't speak to the authenticity of this place, but we can tell you that it isn't anything like the sugar-soaked fast food you'll find at some other places around town. The fare here is generous, but it's also interesting, well-spiced, and thoughtfully presented. We'll definitely be back soon to try some entrées. Seattle, WA 5.0 star rating 9/7/2013 Wonderful staff, clean decor, and menu items not usually found at Thai restaurants, including Hoy Kra Prow (fresh mussels prepared with Thai herbs and spices), Ka Nom Geeb (steamed chicken dumplings served with honey sauce), and Tod Mun Corn (golden fried corn patties with cucumber and onion dip). Also has deep fried ice cream, Thai tapioca pudding, black sticky rice. Lunch prices are about $8/entree and dinner about $11/entree ($4 more if you want duck or some seafood dishes). Seattle, WA 4.0 star rating 9/14/2013 Really good. Tried the noodles, rice, curry, and even soup. Loved all of it. I also wish that my review didn't have to be a minimum number of characters to be included in the general reviews for the businesses that I want to provide feedback for. Seattle, WA 4.0 star rating 8/24/2013 First to Review Good food, reasonable lunch specials for 7.95. Fast and friendly service. The only reason I'm no...
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