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Old 01-05-2005, 12:30 AM
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I cook lots at once and freeze... but have discovered an odd
phenomenon. Some frozen pies, when taken out of the freezer, are not
rock hard, but bend in when pressed, a but like rubber. Not just bend a
little, but a lot. Pastry is hard, filling is much harder than at room
temp, but nothing like ice, hold them firmly and a thumb disappears
into them.

I've checked the freezer temp, its -16C. I know -18 would be ideal, but
16 is what we've got... thats way below freezing.

My number 1 question is can these things be safely eaten, or do I have
to throw them all away? And whats going on? aliens?

What kind of pies?