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Use Baking Soda For Cooked On Food

I had attempted to clean a pot that the food was cooked until very hard crust and burned. I attempted to add water and boil to loosen the food but it could not be removed. I have always heard baking soda can fix any problem so I gave it a try by adding a quarter cup baking soda to the pot with boiling water and to my surprise in a few minutes the food could be wiped off without scrubbing. Hope this helps someone.

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By Diane from Myrtle Beach, SC

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