I would also suggest not using the whole chicken. Take the meat off and throw everything else back in. And here is the ultimate guarantee that it will gel... chicken feet, chicken feet, chicken feet! You will never have a gel problem again!!
Garlic!! Inside and out!! Eat it raw (I press it and and to a little water and drink fast with a water chaser) and put a thick cut piece of raw garlic on the wart with a bandage. We do this through the night because it is annoying and starts to feel sore. We let the kids take the bandage of during the day and do it another night. The garlic drew the root of the wart right up to the surface of the skin. We let it be for about a week. Then the whole wart fell of with the root upon a little exfoliation. Hope this helps! Garlic is some tough stuff!
I know I don't like drinking sour milk. But I do like the challenge of finding ways to use it. I like making ice cream out of my cream... even if it sours. I try to think of flavors that go well with a bit of sour like cheesecake is a sour flavor... so I tried making a strawberry puree and adding it at the end of the ice cream process. Strawberry cheesecake ice cream? Yes!!!
I told my son to use baking soda at college for a deodorant. He then found out on his own that baking soda used as a shampoo gets rid of dandruff right now! He also uses it to clean his face. Awesome!!