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What should you do if your food smells like detergent or mildew? by tanjaan
If your food smells like detergent or mildew, throw it away. A detergent smell can indicate mildew contamination. Any food contaminated with mildew, which is a type of mold, means that it is full of mycotoxins. Mycotoxins (from Greek, word mykes ...
Cheese and Garlic Mashed Potatoes by Lloyd
Are you tired of the same, plain old mashed potatoes? Looking for a way to add some flavor to your mash? Try this recipe! "Cheese 'n Garlic Mashed Potatoes" Ingredients: 3 lbs Red Bliss potatoes (washed thoroughly) 2 cups heavy cream 1 ...

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by Guest - 3 days ago
Hi there Wondering if anyone with a cornue fe can recommend brand for best fit roaster to maximize Turkey size etc. as well as cookie sheet info etc Thanks
by Kmrun - 5 days ago
I'm afraid there's nothing you can do now. Throw away the rice and next time don't place food next to any kind of detergent.
by jade - 6 days ago
I forgot to say Foods most exposed to the development of mildew : • grains: corn, wheat, oats, rye, barley and rice • Nuts: almonds, hazelnuts, pistachios, walnuts and coconut • ...
by tanjaan - 1 week ago
Carry what? Please add some details in your reply. And anyway, why settle for shops next to you when everything can be found and delivered online?
by jade - 1 week ago
We have updated the blog FAQ page and answered some of the most commonly asked questions surrounding the blogs.If you have any further questions that are not answered in the FAQ, please ...
by Vale - 1 week ago
Hi There! :) Yes, you can use a garlic press if you just wanted to crush a ginger for its moisture content. Yet, I think the best way to get the most flavor of ginger is by grating it. I ...
by Lloyd - 1 week ago
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