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    So I've made wedges, problem is I've discovered I've also baked a duplo truck Would you still eat the wedges?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    So I've made wedges, problem is I've discovered I've also baked a duplo truck Would you still eat the wedges?
    not if they were in the same tray, or if it was above the tray.
    if the truck was below the wedges then yes...


    sorry nothing worse than your work going to waste
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    No the fumes of the duplo would be in the wedges unfortunately I wouldn't risk it.

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    I wouldn't, it would have released crazy plastic fumes

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    Not a hope. Plastic emits toxic chemicals as it melts. I would be airing the oven for several days before eating food cooked in it again, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    So I've made wedges, problem is I've discovered I've also baked a duplo truck Would you still eat the wedges?
    I cant smell any burning plastic here, so yep

    Umm, I dont know..did it melt? Are there burnt/melted plastic fumes in the oven? I think if you can SMELL burnt/melted plastic I wouldn't.

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    The wedges were above the truck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    The wedges were above the truck.
    i'd at least taste to see whether they taste off.

    i'm sure its crap for you - but then, i ate kfc for lunch today i'm sure that's on par with wedges w/ fumes of tonka

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bell & Bug View Post
    I cant smell any burning plastic here, so yep

    Umm, I dont know..did it melt? Are there burnt/melted plastic fumes in the oven? I think if you can SMELL burnt/melted plastic I wouldn't.
    Thx, it sort of smells plasticky...it melted like it had been in the blazing hot sun for way to long. Problem is I have nothing else carby...not even bread!

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    Fumes rise.


 

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