After having been left for a year or two, and then rewashed
, it yields gold; and this process may be repeated even six or seven times; but the gold each time becomes less in quantity, and the intervals required (as the inhabitants say, to generate the metal) are longer.
Soak the bitter leaves in water for some time, then wash and rewash
. Keep changing the water until its bitterness is significantly reduced.
While in the hospital, avoid direct physical contact with other patients and staff, wash and rewash
Sometimes I have to rewash
tools to use again." Mary Ellen cooked for her family every night when their three kids were growing up.
Clean all the surfaces with water and detergent, sanitize them with a bleach solution, rewash
them and rinse and then dry.
I also believed that containers added unnecessary non-value-added time to the processing area, and that unnecessary time was spent in the decontamination area breaking down containers to rewash
them for future use.
If even one spoon had a smidgen of food on it, he would make them pull down all the dishes, pots and pans and glasses and rewash
everything all over again.
If you buy bagged greens that come washed, don't rewash
them; you may expose them to potentially harmful bacteria that could be lurking in your sink.
There's no need to rewash
clean guest room sheets and towels that haven't been used in months.
"We had to rewash
all the dishes - but it's about the fun aspect of people taking part."