Be in the know about your dough
Though all of our doughs are super long-lasting, we suggest that you put it back in it's package or any other air-tight container as much as possible to help it retain its extra-silky texture. If you leave it out overnight, just put it back in its container when you can after squishing it around. If someone has decided that underneath their bed is a "treasure cave" and leaves their dough out of the container in a heap of fruity jewels for several days until they are discovered as you vacuum under their bed, fret not. Your dough may feel slightly dry at the surface, but there are a couple of ways to rejuvinate your dough. The first is to simply work the dough around in your hands. This will usually incorporate and rehydrate all of the parts that have started to dry. If it has been left out for a fortnight or longer, you may end up with a few chunky pieces that seemingly just won't re-work into the dough. If this is the case, you can add a few drops of Canola Oil and work it around until it rehydrates. Tada! Good as new. IF IT HAS BEEN LEFT OUT FOR SIGNIFICANTLY LONGER THAN A FEW DAYS AND BEGINS TO FORM AN OUTER CRUST, SIMPLY PEEL OFF THE OUTER SHELL AND THE INNER CONTENTS WILL BE AS GOOD AS NEW! We suggest replacing your dough once per year as all of our products contain 100% natural oils that have a shelf life of one year.