I just made ice cubes in an egg carton made of styrofoam. It worked great but, will I die if I use them in my ice tea?
I was about to throw away an egg carton when I had an idea to reuse it. What if I filled it with water and put it in the freezer? So I did taking care to alert my housemates not to use them. I checked them this morning and they came out solid and easily. There were no particles in the cubes but I am still a little leery. I am wondering if there is and adverse health affects to be concerned about having the cubes go from water to ice while in contact with styrofoam. Is there any chance that the styrofoam will come off onto the cubes during the freezing process?