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    i use it to clean the limescale out of the vacuum flask and the kettle.
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    I'll be told then
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    I have cracked the surplus eggs keeping the yolk whole, and put 1 whole egg into fairy cake papers in a 12 bun tray and frozen them in the tray then put them all into a large bag which I can add to. I have not tried them yet but they look ok.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay-ell View Post
    The only way I reuse pickling vinegar is on my chips.
    You can use it to marinade okra. It stops them going slimy when you cook them.
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