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odors in the fridge

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I will be making my son's birthday cake this upcoming week. I don't have a seperate fridge to put it in, and im afraid that any odors will make my buttercream taste weird. If I put boxes of baking soda and a few lemons will that help wirh any odors that may make my cake taste weird?
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it will surely help

 

i am weird about that!!!

 

i go through my frige and toss stuff (god forgive me :) pickles, onions, garlic omg tuna fish etc

 

some of it can survive a night out of the chill box--some could go in the garage or something in the winter

 

it's simply a small collateral expense to birthing a cake-- the cake comes first

 

outta the way horseradish and polish sausage--take a hike sauerkraut

 

it is a wonderful thing to have a dedicated frige for sweets

the only way to see the rainbow is to look through the rain

 

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the only way to see the rainbow is to look through the rain

 

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Originally Posted by BakingIrene View Post

Wrap your raw onions and garlic into a ziplock bag.  Any lefotver food should already be sealed with at least plastic wrap. No need to toss good food for a family cake.

Maybe this is a good time to wipe down the inside surfaces of your fridge with some baking soda and water solution.  Then just put in one open box to keep it fresh.
I will definitely be doing this, this week. Thanks for the advice icon_biggrin.gif
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