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Ice Cube Tray Dilemma:


I have those flexible ice cube trays, designed to be stackable, where with a quick twist and slight bend, the cubes just pop right out. They don't (aren't supposed to) stick in the tray sections. HOWever, if the trays are stacked to save freezer space, they WILL stick in the sections; but not if they are set into the freezer in a single layer. As Spock would say, "Highly illogical." What's going on here? any science or physics geeks???

 

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    Liz Elias (DzyMsLizzy) 5 months ago

    I try not to overfill; they aren't sticking to the tray above, only within their own tray. And no, I don't want oil in my iced tea, nor do I want to have to rinse cubes--that would make them stick together in the ice bin!

    (LOL @ the man reference!)


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