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    aem Guest

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    A few days after the power was restored I am still enjoying my
    sparkling clean refrigerator. I'm a little surprised at how slowly
    the refilling is going. First was a container of homemade
    mayonnaise. Not unusual. Then a jar of dill relish to go with it
    for tuna sandwiches. Now a jar of red-cooking sauce, as I made some
    chicken drumsticks and the sauce can be reused many times. Other than
    that, though, there are no leftovers and no other replaced
    condiments. There are some fresh veggies and juice, but nothing old.
    It looks strange to be honest, but good. I'm going to try to keep it
    free of the stuff that dies and semi-disappears in there.

    I plan to hit the Asian market tomorrow. That'll change things. -
    aem

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    Bull Guest

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    <52fce79b-535e-4f35-9384-b03e679dfb77@l29g2000yq[email protected]>,
    aem <[email protected]> wrote:

    > A few days after the power was restored I am still enjoying my
    > sparkling clean refrigerator. I'm a little surprised at how slowly
    > the refilling is going. First was a container of homemade
    > mayonnaise. Not unusual. Then a jar of dill relish to go with it
    > for tuna sandwiches. Now a jar of red-cooking sauce, as I made some
    > chicken drumsticks and the sauce can be reused many times. Other than
    > that, though, there are no leftovers and no other replaced
    > condiments. There are some fresh veggies and juice, but nothing old.
    > It looks strange to be honest, but good. I'm going to try to keep it
    > free of the stuff that dies and semi-disappears in there.
    >
    > I plan to hit the Asian market tomorrow. That'll change things. -
    > aem


    Sounds like a plan for after the holidays here. It seems that those
    seldom used but at the time necessary condiments are the root of the
    evil. The refrigerator can be one of the nastiest places in many
    kitchens - even in the kitchens where outside the refrigerator door
    things appear to be very clean.

    BULL

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