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what's all that about then?
and a bit worse after it
it's not like it is frozen in a massive block of ice and chumps are always opening and closing freezers letting in warmer air. You are supposed to only give babies food that you have frozen in the last month. If not bin it.
I have been very happy to help you today. Now please tell me where I can buy a Moto G.
Not that I'd ever touch a Motorola phone, personally.
I've bought it now
NEVER read the label on frozen stuff. Just go for it. Look at me, I'm FINE *limps off, trying to suppress spasmodic tic*
I always write on the freezer bag (which I double bag, btw) the date the food was cooked and the date it was frozen. and what it is, as you don't want to defrost some ragu for a lasagne, only to discover it's chilli, or scotch broth.
pretty sensible labelling skillz
I planted some (indoor) bulbs on Tuesday night, so that I'll have lovely flowering plants to look forward to in January. now is the tricky [pasrt- watering enough to keep the compost 'moist' but not 'wet'. WTF? I might need creaky's advice on this actually.
hope this makes sense! You'll make someone a great wife, I'm sure
they're in little tin pots with no holes that I can see near the bottom. do I need to syringe the water down form the top?
and water the tray
My tool box is a variety of hammers (clawhammer is my best) and a black and decker screwdriver with adjustable heads. That's it. Oh yeah, a torch. none of these are any good.
it won't kill you
(with doritos mixed in with cheese on the topping and sour cream!)
BUT if I'm expecting a non-chilli/ conventional lasagne, I would be very sad to defrost the wrong thing.
some fresh things say silly things like freeze immediately and use within 1 month. It is frozen at -18 for goodness' sake, unless you are considering eating it raw after being defrosting for 2 days, you will be fine. Is it even a use by or just a best before date? It is often as vague as just telling you a month and a year.