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Old 02-09-2019, 05:25 PM   #11
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the stripe is applied as the toothpaste is squeezed out of the tube. i actually figured this out as the only way possible and then my google search confirmed.
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Old 02-09-2019, 10:49 PM   #12
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On a separate topic, can you freeze milk? I mean, enjoyably?

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Yes, you can. All lactating moms will tell you it is ok (and necessary) to freeze
milk . It is also ok to freeze breast milk from a cow. or goat.
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Old 02-10-2019, 08:19 AM   #13
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the stripe is applied as the toothpaste is squeezed out of the tube. i actually figured this out as the only way possible and then my google search confirmed.
Ah! Are they in separate chambers and mixed just before the nozzle? Who knew Toothpaste could be so complicated.

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Old 02-10-2019, 11:49 AM   #14
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Ah! Are they in separate chambers and mixed just before the nozzle? Who knew Toothpaste could be so complicated.

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Pretty much. I was mentioning this to mrs. brp and she suggested that this was what she always believed. Three separate chambers (of different sizes) with the color components.

I now no longer have any mystery questions in life...except...where the f*ck did that sock go?

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Women freeze breast milk all the time . ��

I often freeze skim milk with no problem . I several quarts and freeze one so it does not go sour before I can use it.
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Pretty much. I was mentioning this to mrs. brp and she suggested that this was what she always believed. Three separate chambers (of different sizes) with the color components.

I now no longer have any mystery questions in life...except...where the f*ck did that sock go?

Cheers.
I'll have to cut open a tube when I'm finished. I don't think the little travel sizes of Crest have the stripe. I know I could see fully into the interior of the tube on our recent trip when it gave out.

As for the sock mystery, you're on your own!

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Old 02-11-2019, 07:20 PM   #17
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Frozen milk is fine and it's a great idea for the elderly/sick/homebound to freeze an extra quart or two during the winter if someone can't get to them.

For a long time, I had no clue breast milk was frozen too.
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juices and lots of such do separate, have to shake them before pouring.
HEB brand organic cranberry juice....ingredients say cranberry concentrate and water....

it does not "settle" at the bottom....its stays mixed. Thats just one of many examples.
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They say the higher the fat content the creamier the softer the ice cream. Also, they say, the quicker it freezes the softer.
I think the first one is true...higher fat, like pure cream is the best as far as frozen texture. But I don't think the second one is true. The nitrogen ice cream shops that freeze the mix instantly doesn't seem any softer than other ice cream places...in fact its not as good as marble slab, IMHO.
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HEB brand organic cranberry juice....ingredients say cranberry concentrate and water....

it does not "settle" at the bottom....its stays mixed. Thats just one of many examples.
those that stay mixed have ingredients with molecules totally soluble in water. there is no settling in this now homogeneous liquid. those that settle have ingredients that are insoluble in water and those molecules settle (heavier than water).
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