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Dry out clay baker with baking soda

I use my clay baker quite often but found when I pulled it out of the cupboard that it often had mold in it, because the porous clay holds on to moisture. I solved this problem by sprinkling the inside of the baker with baking soda before putting it away and storing it with the lid off. When I’m ready to cook, I quickly rinse it out and I’m ready to go.

Anne Tufts, Agassiz, None

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