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    Default Karicare formula needs a home!

    I don't know where to put this but I have a 3/4 full tin of Karicare infant formula 1 (from birth) that I'd like to find a loving home for! It's still in date (may 2013) but I don't know where to offload it given its open.
    Is anyone interested? I'm in Cranbourne.

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    I used mine to make rusks for DS just swapped normal milk for formula!

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    Good idea! Well if no one puts their hand up I'll use it in place of milk in something.
    Thanks for the advice!

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    Using it in cooking is a great idea
    Not 100% sure, but don't they say an opened tin needs to be used within a certain amount of weeks? Or am I completely off track?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikcedo View Post
    Using it in cooking is a great idea
    Not 100% sure, but don't they say an opened tin needs to be used within a certain amount of weeks? Or am I completely off track?
    Ive heard the same thing im just not sure how many weeks though..

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    Pretty sure you should use it within 4wks of opening the seal so you best get cooking

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    I'm pretty sure that's just to preserve the nutrients but if it's being used in cooking I don't see that's particularly important because the heat will alter the nutrients anyway.

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    Our Karicare tin says to use within 3 weeks of opening (i think).

    We threw our leftovers out. Was glad to see the *** end of it!

    YAY! No more formula and bottle making! Woooo!

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