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Be careful with peanut butter and your dog as many butters now have artificial sweetners in them which are toxic to dogs... coconut oil however is awesome for skin and coat issues, or coating tablets that they dont otherwise want to take!
I was genuinely just curious, and completely baffled at the response that 2° would burn, especially since thats what damn near every fridge around here is set to! And not a burn in sight!!! Lol!
Have you people never heard of slushies???Maybe its because i live in a warm climate... but I'm certainly not alone around here in my love of cold drinks. The fridge of my truck is currently reading 0.2° my drink sits against the condenser for over an hour before i drink it... i aim for slushy, but still drinkable (too long and it freezes) If brain freeze is not a very real risk, it's too hot! Lol!
6-11° doesnt even meet food hygeine standards here! 2° is most common, but cold items MUST be kept below 4° (hence 2° allowing room for error)!!!At the temps youre suggesting I'd throw the drink out... way too warm to drink, I prefer the colder the better.
9.8° isnt exactly drinking temperature though... how long does it take to get to 2°? Is it even possible?
Cooking food? You contradict yourself on that one... "don't use water above 38 C," but clearly show it in boiling water... Which boils at 100 C...
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