By LISA BALDWINBALDWIN/AFP/Getty ImagesWhen the news about the deadly coronavirus spread on the evening news, the question of whether the outbreak was a hoax emerged again.
But while the public has been largely reassured that the outbreak is real, a few people have found themselves wondering.
What happens to a blender that has been made contaminated?
The answer is complicated.
Some people have used the product as a food fortification, or as a way to help them control their own immune system.
Some have used it as a “blender soap” to help people stay clean and get a better night’s sleep.
Some use it as an ingredient for making homemade food, or even making their own home-cooked food.
Some think it is a form of energy and can be used as a supplement.
But most are not aware of how the process works, let alone the dangers.
Some consumers say the process can be dangerous.
But others are taking a cautious approach.
For some, the blender has been a key part of their lives for years.
For others, the process is new to them.
Some of them are now turning to a different source of information: a popular online forum.
“I’m actually just like, wow, I didn’t know that you can actually make something from scratch and make it safe,” said Michelle Johnson, a chef in New York City who uses a blender to make her dishes.
Johnson was just one of many to post her thoughts on the subject on the online forum, VivaBlend.com, where she shared her own experiences and questions about the process.
Some users, like Johnson, are looking to the internet for information about the blender.
Others are taking their own personal safety precautions.
Some are taking steps to make sure the blender they are using is safe for others.
For those using a blender for a personal health benefit, Johnson said it is important to be aware of the process.
“Be careful of how much of it you’re using.
Do you need to use it more than the other ingredient you have in it?
I have to say, yes,” she said.
The website also has instructions on how to make your own blender soap, and the FAQ section offers advice for people trying to make their own food, and for people who want to try the process as a method to control their immune system, a potential source of infection.
A spokesperson for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told ABC News that the agency is aware of some of the concerns, but there is no official guidance on how long people should use the product or how much.
“It’s a good way to get a sense of how long it will take to get it right,” said Dr. David Daley, director of the CDC’s National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases.
He said the agency has received numerous reports of people using the process to make homemade food.
Daley said that while there are not any official guidelines on how much people should be using the blender, some have said they have used up to 20,000 units of the product, or roughly 100,000 gallons.
He also said that many people are taking precautions, like cleaning up after the process, and doing their own laundry, by using a product called a bleach detergent.
But, Daley added, people should also make sure they follow the directions for the blender on the product packaging.
He urged people to make the product safe for their own health and to keep their own information private.
Do not share your personal information.
If you have a concern, do not share it.
If someone asks you, don’t disclose your identity,” he said.
Some experts, however, are more concerned about the long-term safety of the blender product.
For instance, the Food and Drug Administration has warned consumers not to use a blender made with ingredients like paraffin or baking soda, which are known to be a carcinogen.
And the Food & Drug Administration does not recommend that people take the product for longer than five minutes.
In fact, it recommends people wait at least three days after using a personal blender before using it again.
“If you’re going to use this as a source of energy, I’d be very concerned that it might be a potential long-lasting source of cancer,” said Julie Gagliano, a food safety specialist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Gaglieri said that it is too early to tell how long this process could be used.
But she added that if a person has a health concern about the amount of blender that they have, they should call the CDC for advice on how best to dispose of it.