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Dousing your herbs with fertilizer is not going to preserve your herbs, and could make you sick as many fertilizers are toxic. If you want really fresh herbs you can keep them in pots on a windowsill, otherwise your spraying water method is about as good as you are likely to get.
Yes, barring something really bizarre, it is safe. It probably sucks, but the best way to know for sure is to taste it. Know one thing, it is not any more "aged" in a positive way now than it was 23 years ago. It's just older. For more information check out the Wiki, Aging of Wine.
How about putting them in a freezer bag full of water ,then put them in the freezer.Works well for freezing fish.
Carbonated liquids lose their carbonation very quickly when at room temperature, when agitated, and when pushed through small orifices at room pressure. You can't change the "small orifices" part due to your bottle design (and, honestly, these aren't that small so it isn't as bad as, say, a needle valve). But you can change the temperature. Cool the ...
Welcome pam! According to this article about rice noodles on everything2.com , you should be able to store them frozen for up to 2 months. Excerpt below: If you really need to store them for a longer period, keep them in the fridge for up to a week, or in the freezer for up to 2 months.
I frequently make more rice than I need -- I store it because I love to cook fried rice and the best fried rice is made from leftover rice. Make sure that you let the rice cool before you put it in a container. I always store mine in ziplock bags. Adding a little water to it when you microwave it will help to reconstitute it. Otherwise, if you're going to ...
Freeze it! See Safe to wash rice the night before and leave overnight before cooking? If there were one thing I could stress more than any other, it would be to freeze leftover rice.
It seems that the secret to re-heating rice is to use a little bit of liquid during the re-heating process. StillTasty suggests adding 2 tbsp. of liquid per cup of cooked rice, and about 1 minute on high for each cup in a microwave (5 minutes flat for stovetop re-heating). Another thing it hints at, though doesn't outright state, is that cooked rice ...
No, it'll be fine. I can't elaborate really. It just will be fine it's how people have done it forever. I do it on a daily basis. As long as everything is cold when you assemble and the pastry is raw, you'll have no issue at all.
Perhaps try coconut milk? Makes for a fairly stable dairy-free ganache that holds at room temperature!! Just make sure you don't break your chocolate with too much heat :) I usually go with a double boiler.
Botulism is a risk with unprocessed food which has been close to the soil, so fresh vegetables, or especially alliums (garlic!). It is not present in commercially produced chocolate - if it were, it would grow inside the bar. Remember, there is no oxygen in the middle of a chocolate bar either! Normally, you can't expect that the mixture of two ...
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