Where would you store freshly prepared ravioli until serving?
That would depend on how long you plan to wait before serving the ravioli. If it is going to be within two hours, cover it to keep it warm and set on the counter or stove. If it's going to be longer, you should store in the refrigerator and re-heat when you are ready to serve.
Many of the picrates are explosive and dangerous to store; fresh preparation limits the time that this is a risk. They also can react with their container or decompose so freshly prepared solutions will be more reliable for some processes like the Jaffe reaction to test for creatinine where the exact concentration is important in order to properly calibrate the results of the test.
If the wheat germ is freshly prepared from wheat grains it will not be bitter. However, wheat germ contains oils that quickly go rancid as soon as the grain is ground and the wheat germ separated out. It is the rancid oils in stale wheat germ that cause the bitter taste. When the wheat germ is rancid it no longer has any special nutritive value. If a package of wheat germ is on sale, it…
Place your freshly cut basil stems in a glass of water, like flowers in a vase. Refrigerate until ready for use. It will last 5 to 7 days this way. If I have extra basil I chiffonade it (cut into thin ribbons) and freeze it with water in an ice cube tray. Then bag the cubes for later inclusion in soups and sauces. Frozen this way it will keep up to a year.
Can I freeze lemon meringue pie? The answer is Not if it's homemade. The store bought frozen are so loaded with crap ........ (; Now For Pineapple cream pie, ... Freezing meringue pies. How can you think about putting your freshly baked lemon meringue pie in the freezer. again no. the store bought are loaded with crap............. But if store bout u can freeze it. homeade...NO
If you are ever in a grocery store, a trip past the shelves the mustard is displayed on will give you a look at them. Prepared mustard is just the "regular" stuff that comes in plastic bottles. A link is provided to French's. They have long made prepared mustard. Find the link on the left that is "French's Mustard" and it will take you to the product page where the bottles are pictured.
Yes, but only certain kinds. Get timothy hay or orchard hay from a local farm, feed store, or pet supply store (in which case Oxbow is the best brand). As for grass, they love to chew on freshly-cut pieces, but be ABSOLUTELY POSITIVE the grass has not been treated with pesticides before feeding it to guinea pigs.
1) Colorful liquid chemicals look sort of like fruit punch, so keep them in their containers and store them away from drinks or foods. 2) Store them in locked cabinets and out of reach from children. 3) If you're in a freshly painted room, wear masks. 4) When you clean around the house, wear protective gloves.