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post #5431 of 7334
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

I left a bottle near the stove before an it turned rancid. I think otherwise they're pretty stable. Not sure If that's what happened in your case
Stored it just like my other oils.
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Originally Posted by Cary Grant View Post

It's recommended that opened grapeseed oil be kept refrigerated. It will go cloudy but it's OK.
Thanks. Will try it with my next bottle.

What oil do you guys use to protect your carbon steel pans with? I've been using sunflower oil and it starts smelling after 1-2 days. Will rapeseed oil be better?
post #5432 of 7334
i use canola (rapeseed) oil. i pour some on a paper towel and then brush the surface with that
post #5433 of 7334
if you were tru AzN you could fold a paper towel into a swab and wipe the pan down using chopsticks, never touching the paper towel... icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #5434 of 7334
I do that. I also use the chopsticks to fold the paper towel. foo.gif
post #5435 of 7334
Are there "single-use" chopsticks designed for handling TP?
post #5436 of 7334
the longer the better
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post #5437 of 7334
Ain't that true for everything?

I hope the ones in the picture are new, or if already used, thoroughly cleaned.
post #5438 of 7334
I'm as white as they come but I've started using chopsticks to eat things like potato chips after seeing it suggested somewhere.

Lets me keep my fingers non-greasy while using the computer/playing video games...the chopsticks just hang out in the bowl and the keyboard stays clean.
post #5439 of 7334
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

I'm as white as they come but I've started using chopsticks to eat things like potato chips after seeing it suggested somewhere.
Lets me keep my fingers non-greasy while using the computer/playing video games...the chopsticks just hang out in the bowl and the keyboard stays clean.

for some reason I am here clapping for you behind the computer. Keep playin on, player.
post #5440 of 7334
How long does Beef Stock last?
post #5441 of 7334
off the top of my head: frozen? 6 months or so. in the fridge? a week.
post #5442 of 7334
At least 6 months, frozen.
post #5443 of 7334
Dammit, foodguy!
post #5444 of 7334
ino. i'm turning into a food stitchy. must curb posting.
post #5445 of 7334
I guess it depends on how cold your freezer is and how it is packed, but I can't see why beef stock couldn't last a year or two. It's not like the texture is going to change, which is the biggest worry with frozen meat, and meat can be frozen forever according to the fda if you are only concerned about safety.
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