Asked in Cookies
What if you accidentally baked cookies on wax paper are they still SAFE to eat?
As long as the waxed paper isn't burnt into the bottom of the cookies there isn't a problem. Even then, wax paper isn't poisonous. ...
What are some fruits that begin with the letter W?
Some fruits beginning with W: Wallberry Walnut Wampee Washington apples Water apple Watermelon Wax apple Wax gourd Wax jambu White aspen White mulberry White sapote Wild orange Wine berry Winter melon Witloof Wolf berry Wongi Wood apple ...
Asked in Gardening, Fruits and Vegetables
Can you eat the skin of a yam?
If you buy organic yams, you can eat the entire yam including the skin. If you buy traditionally prepared yams you should peel them because they are often treated with dye or wax. * i beg to differ. first conventially grown yams are most certenlly not treated with dyes or wax, secondly the use of many dyes and certainly wax is permitted in organic farming as it is a "natural" product (if you think you can sense some sarcasm you're not...
Asked in Plumbing
At what temperature does a wax seal for a toilet melt?
Depends on the origin of the wax. The melting points of BEE'S wax is 45C. However, other waxes exist such as carnauba (a vegetable wax, 78-85C) and paraffin (a mineral wax, 47-65C). To be safe you should assume that the wax is going to melt with temperatures exceeding ...
How do you get wax off apples?
About the only foodsafe method is to peel them. The wax or vegetable oil coating commercially grown and sold apples keeps the apples fresher, longer, and prevents mold and decay (but, in my opinion, traps dirt and other contaminants), but since neither coating is water soluble, washing it off, even with soap (not recommended) or a brush, is pretty much impossible without destroying the apple. Blanching the apple in boiling water for a minute or two may remove some or all of...