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frozen popcorn kernals-better than peas

I Thank the person who told me that they freeze a bag of unpopped popcorn kernals and they work better than frozen peas since they dont get mushy when defrosting.
Great tip for everyone needing to ICE their necks/backs

Thanks to that person with the great tip.

Have a blessed say my surgery buddies
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  • That's an awesome idea and makes sense!!! Would have never though about that.
    I guess you could then pop it and have a heating pad & a healthy snack all in one....... :) Think that Orville Redenbacher could add that to their commercials - Popcorn, the 3 n 1 snack, great as a cold pack or a hot snack!!
    I use a type of jell ice pack that was supplied when I had knee surgery. It gets extremely cold but remains flexible.
    5 MRIs since 2010 | Severe DDD throughout entire Lumbar Region | Facet Arthrosis throughout | Spinal Canal Stenosis | Herniation L4/L5 | Broad - Based Bulging L1/L2, L2/3, L3/L4 - but still kicking - just not very high. :)
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