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  MonstreBelle  |  28

Throwing it away is not only a waste of delicious food, it's also a waste of the perfect opportunity to play a nice, fun game of Ragout Roulette

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  tantanpanda  |  25

I'm not sure how big the casserole is, but glass shards don't just diffuse into the casserole. Can't you just skin the casserole to have an un-glassy dinner?

By  thefirstwhiteboy  |  17

YOLO right?? But fr that sucks OP

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  MamaChey  |  17

Really #14? Quoting "Mean Girls"? She couldn't make that word seem cool either...

By  stemy1978  |  6

I had something like that happen to me, I made a casserole and when I took it out of the oven and sat it on the stove the Pyrex dish it was in exploded and totally destroyed supper :(

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  kirkaygri  |  17

Common. Pyrex has a flaw in their glass that if it has been cooled down too quickly, the next time it reaches a high temp and is brought out of the oven, it will explode. And they explode into tiny little slivers. It sucks, and it's something Pyrex has tried to hide. I've seen a few injuries from it. I only use Anchor Hocking when I buy vintage glassware now. You never know the history of the piece and if it was properly cared for.

By  feven  |  32

Look at the bright side.

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  feven  |  32

Great. The edit time ran out before I could think of something.

By  leogachi  |  15

How did that happen?

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