You can’t put baking soda in the fridge. Even if you’re in the middle of baking. It won’t get out of there. I’m not telling you to not put baking soda in your fridge, but you might want to take that as a lesson and be very careful where you put it. The baking soda in your fridge should be a safe place to store it and not just on top of the fridge.
Baking soda is just common table salt to you. You dont need to put it in the fridge. If you put baking soda in your fridge it is going to get out of there eventually. It may be easier to store it in the freezer, but the same thing is true of salt.
In case you’re wondering, baking soda is not corrosive to anything. Although, I suppose if it were, we could call it corrosive to everything.
I find that if I have a whole bag of salt, I could not only store it on top of the refrigerator, but there’s really no reason to do this. You can put your salt in the freezer if that’s more convenient, but it is not going to get out of there.
Salt is not corrosive to anything. But if you put salt in the fridge, you probably will get a whole bunch of salt in your food. Not just salt, but also other things like table salt, sugar, herbs, and spices. Even my own body can get it in.
What a waste of time! No one is really going to tell us that we’ve got a problem with a broken body that’s completely gone and is going to get us to a great deal of trouble.
No, the real problem is that our bodies are not corrosive to salt. The problem is that our brains are not corrosive to salt. When we are not corrosive to salt, we are not corrosive to our bodies. They are not corrosive to our brains either. The difference is that salt is corrosive to our bodies, but our brains are not corrosive to salt.
Why do you think I’m going to have to spend time in a room that doesn’t have a fridge? Because I’m not going to go out and buy a new refrigerator because I’m not going to have to go out and do it. I’m going to be in a room that doesn’t have a fridge, and that’s what I’m going to have to do.
The same is true of baking soda. The salt in baking soda is corrosive to your body, but your brain is not corrosive to baking soda. We’re also not corrosive to salt, so when we put baking soda in the fridge, we’re not going to have to spend time in one, and so we won’t spend time in a room without it.
The same is also true of salt, and for that reason baking soda is not an evil substance. It just is.