Ok does realy plastic bottles safe for storing food (rice beans etc.) what do you think?
usway. Welcome to the forum! I see your first two posts here, dealing with food storage (in an 8yo thread). I'm sure if you search around, you'll find a ton of newer and more informative content on food storage. Again, welcome, and we look forward to your participation here!Hi You can store wheat, beans, and rice in your own home in the plastic soda.
About the only thing I wouldn't suggest for long term storage is plasitic milk or water bottles. The plastic has a tendency to break down over time. I know, I've tried it.
he he... 8 yo thread... The OP is long gone me thinksInceptor beat me too it. I'd swap out the old bottle for new every 2 years or so given that some plastics are designed break down. I don't use bottles for storage but I do fill them up 85 percent with H20 and store some in my chest freezer just in case there is a power outage to keep the fridges and freezer cool.
Doesn't matter, the topic is still relevant. I've seen a number of threads resurrected because the are still of use and you can see easily scroll back to see other responses. Some of those previous responses are still good ideas.he he... 8 yo thread... The OP is long gone me thinks