soooo many variables indeed...
Posted by Alissa on May 20, 2002 at 16:19:40:
(which really, you can't possibly imagine what mercury retrograde did
to this conference - but that is another story to be told).
CCJ's cooler was left in the fridge until we left the house, which
was about mid-day at that point. From that point on, NO special care
was taken of the cooler. It was in the back of the car, packed with
gear; it was unpacked and for a while sat in the full mid day
sunshine at the campsite on Saturday. This was NOT pampered paste by
any means. But keep in mind the paste had about 48 hours to bring up
to room temperature through a long thaw process. I have *no* idea
what a speed thaw would do to your paste.
There's just soooooo many different variables.
: If I were to freeze my cones and need to use one urgently, say less
: than 24 hours, could I thaw the paste by putting it in a bowl of
: water, etc? Will that affect the staining power? If I left a thawed
: cone of paste out and forgot to re-freeze it for say 24 hours (and
: upon realisation I'd pop it back into the freezer immediately),
: it still stain as good the next time I use it? I wonder if there
: be other significant changes. I have a bowl of paste that was mixed
: about a month ago in the fridge, I wonder if it will stain
: Singapore weather forecast: Expect happy Mr Sunshine everyday till
: July. Temperatures ranging between 32 - 35 deg C (90 - 95F). Hot,
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