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What you want is something that is listed as NSF rated for food storage. I know both Huskie and Rubbermaid Brute containers (10 gal, 20 gal, 32 gal, 55 gal) that are gray, yellow or white have that rating. If you have a restaurant supply store in your area, you could go look around for "ingredient bins" and commercial garbage cans. Just remember, a white ...
All plastic is "food safe". The term "food safe" has been much abused in recent years because of a perceived risk of leeching of certain chemical from the plastic into acidic foods, or into hot foods Actual studies have shown this problem to be below the recognised safe levels, and/or to happen at much higher heat than reported What is really of concern, ...
You have to put the honey jar in foil so that the ants can't smell it. Make sure that the whole thing is covered in the foil.
Ok so this is what I did, and it worked :) Gently cut/scrape the outer caps with knife Mashed the comb with a fork and moved it into a fine sieve, placed over a bowl Put it in the oven on a very low heat <35 degrees Celsius for 30 min This happened over 2 days, I would gently warm it, then mash it a little and move it around so that it kept seeping ...
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