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Can I use slimy carrots for stock?

lisaleira | Nov 4, 201909:15 PM     9

I bought baby carrots and literally the next day they are slimy!!!

Can I use them for stock? I don’t know what the slime means. Is it fungus or bacteria or just some physical issue like condensation? There’s no mold or white stuff or black/green stuff growing, just a slimy feel.

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