Re: Fridge experiment results
What are people trying to achieve by putting tobacco in the fridge? The lack of a con does not mean the presence of a pro. I have never experienced anything that would tell me my stock was harmed by sitting at room temperature. I have never heard of anyone claiming benefits of chilling their stock. I do know that two possible effects are increased rate of drying and absorption of strong food odors in they are present. Sorry, your "airtight containers" can not be air tight unless they have a pressure fitting or you are sealing them with something.
So why the interest?
Last edited by kalutika; March 3rd, 2009 at 02:43 AM.