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Programmer / IT / Hacking / Gaming enthusiast / Computer Scientist. profile for Foxtrot on Stack Exchange, a network of free, community-driven Q&A sites

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accepted Is cooking beans or any other food in metal cans safe?
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asked Is cooking beans or any other food in metal cans safe?
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accepted If a few of my eggs crack when making them hard-boiled, is it still safe to eat them?
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revised If a few of my eggs crack when making them hard-boiled, is it still safe to eat them?
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comment If a few of my eggs crack when making them hard-boiled, is it still safe to eat them?
very little yolk but a lot of white (between all 12 eggs)
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reviewed Approve If a few of my eggs crack when making them hard-boiled, is it still safe to eat them?
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asked If a few of my eggs crack when making them hard-boiled, is it still safe to eat them?
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revised Why does flatbread have to be microwaved / cooked / toasted?
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accepted Are the Keurig K-Cups safe?
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asked Are the Keurig K-Cups safe?
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comment Why does flatbread have to be microwaved / cooked / toasted?
@derobert The only reason why I did that was because I did know if we could name drop businesses here. I edited the question to show the ingredients in said Flatbread.
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accepted Why does flatbread have to be microwaved / cooked / toasted?