The "cookies" you eat: <galletas> en español The "cookies" stored in your computer: <cookies>
Because the crisp cookies will absorb moisture from the soft ones - and lose their crispness. Cookies should be stored in an air-tight container.
Crisp cookies will turn soft if they are stored with any baked product with high moisture, such as cake or sandwich bread. An apple slice stored with cookies will also make them soft, which is desirable for some types of cookies.
in a room temperature!
Sugar cookies must be stored in an airtight container to maintain softness.
Most passwords arnt stored in cookies. So most likely the password your trying to find wont be in the cookies.
Cookies are stored in /Username/Library/Cookies. You can also clear cookies for other browsers, like for Firefox you would click "Tools", "Clear private data...", and choose Cookies.
The term "tin cookies" can refer to any cookie that can be successfully stored in a tin (box) for an extended time. Many different sorts of shortbread or butter cookies can be used as "tin cookies."
Browser cookies are small files that are stored as data files. They can be used again when the page is reloaded.
Not in my experience - if they have been properly packaged and stored.
it really dependes on on how you made your cookies but usually they will stay good for 3-4 days. hope i could help
Google Chrome's cookies are kept the same place as the cache and history. It is stored in the program Data in the disk.
Cookies will last at least three months if stored properly. Unless I find them first.
Information about web pages stored in your web browser (apex)
Cookies of different textures should not be stored together, because the different levels of moisture in each cookie will spoil the other. For example, a crisp crunchy cookie would get soggy if stored with a moist chewy brownie, and the moist brownie would dry out.
Cookies are predefined pages stored as history. They help retrieving old HTML pages that are recently used.
Well its stored in cookies because its a little known fact that oranges like to eat cookies. When a orange eats a cookie it mulitplys 88 times. Also the oranges go into a rage frenzy destroying all other orages in its path. After that the surviving oranges turn into the well known ANNOYING ORANGE!
For 3 months if stored in a airtight container in the freezer.
The time that cookies can be stored safely depends on the type of cookie. Many dry, crisp cookies can be kept safely in a tin for many months. Most moist, chewy cookies can be frozen indefinitely without spoiling.
If you have Windows, they are in C:\Windows\Temp , and cookies in C:\Documents and Settings\username\Cookies If you have Ubuntu, I think they're in /tmp and home/username
A cookie is a warm, delicios, baked treat that sometimes has chocolate chips in it and is stored in a cookie jar.
Cookies that are stored in your computer can aid faster uploads of certain visited websites.
These files are called cookies