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Eating Flooded Garden Produce
If floodwater was contaminated with raw sewage, do not eat the produce it touched.
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Resist the Urge to Replant Immediately
Give the soil a chance to dry out first.
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Replacing Your Important Papers
How to replace certificates, licenses, registrations and records in North Dakota.
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Remove Photos From Frames
Rinse with clean water.
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Wash and Dry Books
Rinse off mud, and then stand books on end to air dry.
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Clean and Dry Valuable Papers
Wash the mud off, then spread and air dry individual pages.
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Freeze Papers, Books and Photos That Can't Be Cleaned Immediately
Photographs, books and important papers can be frozen and cleaned later.
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When Food Has Thawed
You may refreeze some foods safely if they still contain ice crystals or if they have been kept at 40 degrees F or below. If the temperature has been above 40 F for more than 2 hours, throw food away.
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Foods in the Refrigerator or Freezer
If floodwaters enter your freezer or refrigerator, dispose of all food except those sealed in metal airtight cans.
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Flooded Foods
What foods to discard and what foods to save.
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