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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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