In defense of artful storage
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Huge thanks!I live in Finland and nobody sells those clay discs that you can normally find at Stokes or Winners etc....but marshmallows I have found!
haha! What a brilliant idea! :)
Yes! And you wouldn't get a whiff of bread when you open it!
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Never would have thought of that in a million years!
Great idea!! I use the clay disc but from now on it's marshmallows inside my lock and lock container of brown sugar.
@ Jennifer > Why spend hard earned money buying another device when a couple of marshmellows added to the original packaging will do the same job & can be eaten at any time?
Neat idea! i store mine in air tight jar.
What about the rest of the marshmallows? I don't eat marshmallows. Do they keep forever? Awaiting the next bag of brown sugar a year from now?
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