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 Can you store food in a nonstick pan in the fridge?

Answer Yes
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Can you store food in the fridge in metal pots?

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If you are renting a home that came with a fridge and the fridge goes out and spoils 200 dollars worth of food who is responsible for replacing the food?

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Do chemicals from cooking in a nonstick pan get into your food?

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Why Doesn't Food Stick to a Nonstick Frying Pan?

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