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Repashy left out over night


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I made some Repashy last night and was cooling it on the counter before I put it in the fridge, well I forgot it on the counter over night and slipped it in the fridge before I left for work. Is it still good to use? or should I throw it out?

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Thanks guys, I will be feeding them it for dinner :-)

 

I'd use it too. 

 

If you ever make more than you need in a week, you can cut it up into cubes and freeze it. I usually keep some fresh to use for week in the fridge and then freeze the extra the same night that I make it. It will last for a couple of months frozen sealed tight in a plastic container. Check out all the other goodies you can include in your gel food here.

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Thanks guys, I will be feeding them it for dinner :-)

I'd use it too.

If you ever make more than you need in a week, you can cut it up into cubes and freeze it. I usually keep some fresh to use for week in the fridge and then freeze the extra the same night that I make it. It will last for a couple of months frozen sealed tight in a plastic container. Check out all the other goodies you can include in your gel food here.

Thanks that was an interesting read!

Can I add frozen blood worms to my repashy once it comes out of the microwave? Or will the heat cokl them and/or does it matter if they are cooked?

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I try not to cook them or heat them. If you're using the microwave to heat the water, I'd put the bloodworms in as late a possible and then give the mix a stir before letting it set.

Thanks for the feedback!

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I have mixed the FBW in before, but prefer to feed those separately to make sure that nothing changes in them. 

 

The only time left-out repashy doesn't get used in my house is when it gets wrinkly like old jell-o.

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