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Vitameatavegamin 19 kids; League City, Texas 5828 posts
30th Mar '13
Quoting ❤Legendary❤:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Lady GooGoo
user banned Due June 5; 1 child; Japan 40 posts
30th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting MommyToWesley:</b>" I've never heard that! I did hear that baking soda did the same thing, but that does NOT work. It actually ... [snip!] ... cover one end with my mouth, and blow really hard. It gets air under the shell, and the shell basically just slips off."</blockquote>




I know if you soak an egg in a cup of vinegar for 3 days the shell will disappear but the actual egg will still be intact because of that layer of "slime" that is between the shell and egg.

user banned Due June 5; 1 child; Japan 40 posts
30th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Lady GooGoo™:</b>" Not according to my dye kit... it does say for more vibrant color to use vinegar, but I prefer the pastel color, seems more "Eastery" lol. For the pastel color all I need is water it says."</blockquote>




Oh I always use vinegar even growing up. But I use it for everything I think we have 3 gallons in our cellar.

Vitameatavegamin 19 kids; League City, Texas 5828 posts
30th Mar '13
Quoting ❤Legendary❤:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Lady GooGoo
user banned Due June 5; 1 child; Japan 40 posts
30th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Lady GooGoo™:</b>" Lol want to puke anytime I smell it. My friends mom used to pay us to clean all the windows with vinegar when we were kids. It sucked, but back then $5 seemed like a lot haha. It was horrible though"</blockquote>




We are a "green" family as people tell us. I just try to use natural things as much a I can. We also can and I think my husband uses it to make his wine. (He hasn't made any since 2002) so I do not know exactly how it is done. But it sure does taste good.