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Re: VERY IMPORTANT
    #272476 - 03/15/01 08:02 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

You don't need to worry about a glove box of flow hood. The air does not contain the amount of contaminants some people think. Some people think contact with the air means instant contamination. They are wrong!
Just a little common sense is all that is needed. No mouldy bread, no cooking odours and get rid of that corpse in the corner!

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Re: VERY IMPORTANT [Re: McMan]
    #272668 - 03/15/01 10:08 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

I have also heard that it has alot to do with colder weather, maybe the germs/molds aren't as prolific in the cold.



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Re: VERY IMPORTANT [Re: slither]
    #272712 - 03/15/01 10:59 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

I'm in Minnesota and I have a wild yeast culture for sourdough bread that I started in the winter, It caught some mold once, but I just started a new one with the material at the bottom of the jar. Now that it has a strong colony in it, It's been in the fridge mold free for about 3 months. Not sure that this really relates though, if not, I apologize.

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