When can I divide saffron bulbs?

Saffron bulbs should be stored at room temperature between 50–90 °C (122–165 °F). If the bulbs do not hold a good shape in your refrigerator, they will fall apart and you can sell them for use as currants. The best saffron bulb for curries is a medium weight 10 watt bulb. Do not use a 10 watt bulb in a regular size refrigerator as it will be too cold and brittle, resulting in a yellow-orange tinge. Avoid bulbs that are too tall for regular use.

Do saffron bulbs need to be refrigerated?

They should only be stored on the shelves when the bulbs are hot. The bulbs should not be exposed to the air. If they are in a refrigerator for 1–2 hours a day, they can dry out. Do not store saffron bulbs directly on the shelf as a short-term storage solution since they will break later (although not in large numbers in the storage).

Do saffron bulbs need to be refrigerated sometimes?

Yes. Saffron bulbs should be kept in a cool dark place. Keep the bulbs cool by hanging them in the breeze. Do not place a bulb directly on the surface it is in as this will reduce its heat.

We’ve been waiting for the first of the season’s five seasons to debut for a very long time. Now that it is, it’s time to turn our attention to the new shows, which will make their debut to TV fans on Monday, August 1 at 10 PM. And we thought we knew what to expect:

The pilot episode (“A.I. Artificial Intelligence”) shows how the humans on board the U.S.S. Enterprise-D are going to interact with AI, as well as to the Enterprise crew itself in the future. What’s intriguing is that although we saw little of the real-life characters that work in the crew, the science fiction element of the show has remained intact. The episode was directed by Doug Jung and written by Mark S. Miller; the rest of the crew members for the show have also been reprising their roles.

The other main new show is Syfy’s Stargate Universe, which will debut on September 25. In addition to the pilot, fans will get a first look at the new first season (and the first episode) on October 7, and will get a second look on Discovery’s second season premiere on October 21. In the meantime, we’ll still be