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- Can I use a wood cutting board?
- Do I need to use soap and water to clean fresh fruits and vegetables?
- How do you read the code on canned goods to determine the expiration date?
- How long can I keep leftovers in the refrigerator?
- How long can I keep meat, poultry, vegetables, etc. in the freezer?
- How many Tablespoons in a cup, quarts in a peck, etc.?
- How many tomatoes, potatoes, etc. in a pound?
- I am making candy and it isn't working. I heard you need to make an altitude adjustment to your thermometer, how do I do that?
- I found weevil in my flour, I have fruit flies, or there are other pantry pests in my kitchen, what do I do?
- I heard products with hydrogenated fats are bad for you. What are hydrogenated fats and can I eat them?
- I just prepared chicken and spilled juices on the counter, how do I sanitize the countertop?
- I left a pot of soup out after dinner last night; I went to bed and forgot about it. Is it safe to eat if I boil the soup really hard for a long time?
- I'm in the middle of baking cookies, the recipe calls for baking powder and I am out. Is there a substitute?
- Is it safe to store food in their cans in the refrigerator?
- Should I worry about pesticides on fruits and vegetables?
- The power went out, is the food in my refrigerator/freezer still o.k. to eat?
- Can I use bay leaves or nails in my wheat to protect from insects?
- Do I need to treat water before storing it?
- Does my stored food still have any nutritional value?
- How do I keep insects out of stored grain?
- How long can I keep stored foods?
- How much food should I store?
- How much water should I store?
- What can I store water in?
- What protein content should my stored wheat have?
Note: These questions are a portion of the questions available at the master page .