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 How to Break Up Lumps in Stored Powdered Food?

Answer Before you resort to throwing out your lumpy powdered foods such as cocoa, sugar, custard powder, dried milk, packet meals, icing sugar etc., consider this easy method to restore your food quickly.
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What temperature should food be stored at in a refrigerator to chill food properly?

Between 1 to 5 degrees C, to hold food at a warm temperature you want it to be over 60C.
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Just add the powder to the batter. Powder food coloring is fine, it's purpose is to not mess with the consistency of some recipes like macaroons. Also, may I mention the color pigmentation is stron... Read More »
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How long can dehydrated food be stored?

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