mostly healthy, mostly local, mostly homemade, mostly vegetarian food
You shoulda mailed it to me while it was still good.
I was thinking the same thing Vicki!For real (like the other one is not for real!)... store them with a foil or if you don't like aluminum, use a bag/plastic-ware but don't let any condensation happen. It can be good for a bit, but not after a while, as it gets mushy.I don't think I've ever had a baked product mold on me! I eat them too quickly.
That wouldn't happen in our house either!Isa Chandra of Vegan with a Vengeance is coming on Saturday, the 22nd. Here's the info if you're interested:• earth day, 7–9p• upstairs community room, mississippi market, 622 selby ave, st paul• free, rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org
I always freeze anything baked good that I can't use up with a day or two... I've had muffins go bad evenin the refrigerator. It is just as great when I let it thaw or nuke it for a few sec's.
I haven't had trouble with muffins molding in the fridge in the past . . . and I have frozen things on occasion, too. That's why I only made 6 -- thought I could mow them fast enough! Oh well. At least they hit the compost, and won't end up in a landfill.Kai, thanks for the info about the book tour! I had heard she was going to be in town Saturday, but I didn't know what time. I have to babysit Saturday night! Bah! Oh well -- take copious notes for me!
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