by StricktlyDating 6 years ago
Are ice-cream containers microwave safe?To re-use them for heating food.
by Jaime 5 years ago
Any tips on melting white chocolate chips? I've used both a double boiler and microwave - no luck.
by Thomas Byers 6 years ago
Do I need to use special cookware for the microwave?How can I tell if a dish is safe to use in the microwave?
by Steven Escareno 8 years ago
anyone got any advice for safe dating. lol. just thought this might be ANOTHER fun topic for you all to enjoy.
by Ken Burgess 11 months ago
How do we REALLY know if foods are Organic and non-GMO?As an example: TOFU is made by soybeans, which are good for you, oh wait, they are not, because 96% of all Soybeans grown in America are GMOs which are known to cause higher plant estrogen levels which can be dangerous and pose long term health...
by Michael Collins aka Lakemoron 5 years ago
This is a strictly a question for non-American so please don’t answer if you are from the US. If you are a resident alien or an expatriate then that is fine (go ahead and answer) Do you think that the United States has become to violent to be safe to travel to? With all the recent shootings...
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