Shelf-Life: Instant Potato Flakes will store for 10 to 15 years in a sealed #10 can (oxygen absorber included) under ideal storage conditions (cool, dry place). Once opened, it has an average shelf life of 6 to 12 months. Instructions: Mix 1 part potato flakes with 2 parts boiling hot water.
My product is past the Best By Date, is it still safe to use? We do not recommend using our product past the Best By Date as the potatoes will start to break down affecting taste, texture and the overall quality of the product. In some rare cases the potatoes can also spoil.
It's probably still good, as long as it didn't get wet. If it looks and smells good, it's still good.
The total process time it takes to develop your film should be around 5 minutes. You'll want to agitate your film gently.
On average, it takes at least two years for some formaldehyde to off-gas enough in a newly built or newly renovated home for it to be comparable to formaldehyde levels of an already “lived in” home.
The trick to getting sugar cookie icing to harden is in the ingredients, powdered sugar, milk, and corn syrup. The extract adds a boost of flavor. The small amount of corn syrup achieves that shiny, glossy surface. Since there is no butter or fat in the recipe, this icing will harden similar to royal frosting.