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Unless the package instructions are very different, yes that should be fine. A typical pudding mix will consist of starch the main ingredient, required to thicken the liquid (typically milk) sometimes sugar especially for the "instant" types, others let you add sugar separately flavourings sometimes "the real deal" like vanilla, often artificial. ...


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Strictly from a safety perspective? Absolutely. If these are from the same brand then likely the only difference in their formulation is the flavoring agents used. Most of those will be quite similar, and won't react with each other or anything. I'm also pretty sure that powdered pudding mix is quite safe in general. So long as you follow the ...


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If you heated the eggs above 160°F/70°C (and boiling is definitely above that), they're cooked, and any harmful bacteria has been killed. Can't say for sure that you did this without knowing the steps you performed. Given, if it doesn't taste good, and it was cheap ingredients... sounds like an argument to discard it anyway. Even if its perfectly safe. ...



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