Question About Crisco Shortening

Baking By melisv Updated 28 Dec 2015 , 11:43am by melisv

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melisv Posted 25 Dec 2015 , 6:06pm
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Merry Christmas, everyone! I have a bit of an odd question. I have a tub of crisco shortening that is still sealed. When I removed the plastic lid, I noticed that the foil seal is all puffed up (?), like the tub has too much air in it so the foil seal ballooned. Sorry, i dont know how else to describe it. Is this really how it looks like? I havent used the brand for such a long time, I cant remember anymore. Thanks!

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costumeczar Posted 25 Dec 2015 , 8:02pm
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It should be okay. If it looks discolored or dried out when you open it that means it's old, but crisco generally just sits there. 

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melisv Posted 28 Dec 2015 , 11:43am
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Thank you! Happy New Year!

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