I was tinkering with my laptop on my kitchen table one afternoon last week and deeply immersed on my fact-finding mission about conjugated linoleic acid reviews when I suddenly heard a faint sound of some kind of explosion. I immediately went around the kitchen and opened every cupboard there is, but I had no clue where the sound came from as there was no visible trace of explosion.
Half an hour later, I opened the fridge to get some cold drink. Lo and behold, two of the several variants of Pillsbury refrigerated bread dough popped. It happened again! This is the second time that this same incident happened. As you can see, they are not expired products, and I bought these last month.
I’m not that upset because I know that I will get a replacement coupon just like last time. I already phoned the customer service hotline and replacement is on its way. Now, I just wonder how and why these pop like explosives even if they are properly stored in the fridge.