Re: Thawing ...


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Posted by Willowhawk on May 20, 2002 at 18:36:34:

In reply to: Thawing ... posted by Jewel on May 20, 2002 at 14:44:02:

Jewel,
When I take frozen paste out, I get a bowl of hot tap water {or a
cup} and just plop it in there for. It only takes about 15 minutes
to thaw, and it doesn't bring it up to room temperature it seems.
While the paste is thawing, and might be warming to the temperature
of the water, there is a core of henna paste that remains
frozen/cold. My tap water doesn't get extremely hot, we have
children so the hot water tank is turned down enough that it won't
scald.
Don't forget...don't immerse the open tip in the water to thaw.
Justine Willowhawk

:
: : You can pull out one bag of henna whenever you need it and just
let
: : it come up to room temp 24 hours ... and you know it's as good
as
: : fresh made!
:
: Wonderful experiment! Thanks all at Sirius SSW! Glad everyone had a
: great time.
:
: I don't normally freeze my paste. I'd mix with lemon juice, 24
hours
: later add terps, put in cones and leave them in the fridge. My mom
: would normally stash my bag of cones (I put them in ziplock
baggies)
: right to the end of the fridge. Sometimes when I pull a cone out,
the
: paste would be semi-solid. A 3-week old refridgerated paste still
: gives really good dark stains.
:
: 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
hot
: 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),
could
: it still stain as good the next time I use it? I wonder if there
will
: 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
well ....
:
: ~Jewel~
:
: Singapore weather forecast: Expect happy Mr Sunshine everyday till
: July. Temperatures ranging between 32 - 35 deg C (90 - 95F). Hot,
hot,
: hot!

 


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