I used marker to outline the shape of a springform pan on parchment paper, cut it, then flipped it so the marker side faced down on the bottom of the pan. However, after I tried the pie I made, the filling now tastes...wrong. The crust is good, and when I ate some of the apples that cooked into the crust (The crust is more bread-like) it didn't have the weird taste. I'm worried that the marker cooked into the food; is that possible? Should I throw the pie out?
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