Our yellow squash has some brownish discoloration inside in a ring down that extends length-wise. Is this normal variation and safe to eat, or is this an indicator that the squash has gone bad?
I've purchased a sustainable brand and have read about it's nutrition and use. It was stored in a cool, dark cupboard and I haven't used any yet. I opened the jar last week and it has a sharpish ...
Two related questions: (1) Has Saran wrap changed formula? I just bought two boxes yesterday and it was not normal. The plastic sagged and did not cling as well. Normally Saran wrap is quite stiff ...
No matter if I buy my ricotta by weight or by package it goes bad (funky smell, the puddle of cheese water gets grainy, some yellow tint on the sides of the cheese, losing its mellow sweet taste) ...