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HELP, broke glass jar of flour, would you try to save it?

Answered 2 years ago

It’s flour guys!! About 3kg i haven’t seen it in the shops for a couple of months now! And i use flour all the time for all sorts of stuff. Worst case scenario could i at least save it for play doh? Strange times my friends! Help meeeeee!!!


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2 years ago
Obvious troll is obvious. Who in their right mind would even consider glass-laced flour for play-doh, or anything else for that matter?

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2 years ago
Lol, op here, defo not the troll, just a modern woman living thru a pandemic with no flour or toilet paper. Thank you everyone! It’s in the bin.

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2 years ago
Stay strong babe ❤

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2 years ago
No, absolutely not. Throw it out immediately.

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2 years ago
I have seen it in some shops
Drakes

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2 years ago
Use it for making fish bait dough :D
A lot of bait, hopefully lots of yummy fish

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2 years ago
How fine is your sieve? Finding flour at the moment is like a leprechaun riding a unicorn through the lost city of Atlantas with Carol Baskin’s husband.

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2 years ago
Bahhaah

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2 years ago
We are in regional Victoria and have no trouble getting flour, toilet paper on the other hand

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2 years ago
NO! CHUCK IT! Those tiny glass slivers you only have to have one go in the wrong way and you are in sugary having your insides stitched up. Or worse, one of the kids. I wouldn't even risk it for play doh in case they eat it. I know how hard flour is to come by, but I personally would not put my family through the risk.

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2 years ago
Ditch it

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2 years ago
Omg. Would you rather end up in a&e. Considering you would probably bleed from the insides and the kids could if they ate the play dough

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2 years ago
I wouldn't trust it even for play dough

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2 years ago
Nope, small glass shards not worth the risk.
Ask your local bakery about buying some flour.

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2 years ago
Great idea

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2 years ago
I wouldn't risk the glass

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2 years ago
Nope. There is glass through it. You have to toss it

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2 years ago
Sift it?? Might work.. but yeah I'd chuck it 😭😭😭