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Proper Food Storage
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08-26-2019 02:23 AM

 




Post: #31
RE: Proper Food Storage
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Cheapest and most effective way for a lot of storage is to use 1 or 2 qt wide-mouth glass canning jars vacuum sealed with a high-end Foodsaver that has the remote attachment, just some wide-mouth jar lids (don't need the rings) and the Foodsaver jar accessory. About a $200 investment and you can do the vacuum sealing of food in bags too. Glass jars are re-sued until you screw up and break it. Also used for meat rapid marination in the 1/2 GL jars.
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Penelope Lane
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08-26-2019 03:06 AM

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Post: #32
RE: Proper Food Storage
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-26-2019 01:05 AM)
sterling malory archer  Wrote: (08-26-2019 12:21 AM)
my wife is in the food business, she has taught me a lot. For example, eggs take a long time to expire in the fridge. It takes us about 4-5 days to go through a dozen eggs and... she leaves them on the counter! They're fine. She also doesn't refrigerate butter.

A lot of what we've been told is lies. Or at least an extreme response to legal protection.

If you do NOT clean eggs after they've been laid, meaning you leave on the oils from the hen, they can be fine upwards of 9 months without refrigeration.

I've been RV camping all summer. There are chickens around here where I'm camping now. I've found their eggs nests. They move from time to time. They share nests, I'm finding different colored eggs. I have a thermal image camera that helps me find the chickens hiding among the ground foliage. I take their freshest eggs, those on top that are still warm. I've become friends with 5 of the chickens. They'll come see me if they hear me outside. They follow me around. Three of them let me pick them up. They even sit outside my RV door waiting for me to come out. Sometimes they call for me and they've even knocked at the door with their beaks. All of them look delicious. They immediately started hanging around me when I started providing them a dish of clean water and sharing with them some Quaker oats and fresh veggies and fruits. They come out of the woods when I call them now. Very convenient storage solution if I ever get hungry for a broiled chicken. chuckle

i am pretty well "wowed" by that!!


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LoP Guest
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08-26-2019 04:39 AM

 




Post: #33
RE: Proper Food Storage
Eat honey it never goes bad and you can leave it anywhere you want ... Twinkies too i hear they last 200 years or something.. Beef jerky i've never seen go bad or deer jerky or dried salted fish like the asians do never goes bad..

Bread goes bad quicker ever since they put that goddam HFCS in it and everything else.

The art of canning is all but gone few people can can veggies fruits and meats any more we're to lazy .
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Unmistakable
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08-26-2019 05:58 AM

 




Post: #34
RE: Proper Food Storage
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-26-2019 01:05 AM)
sterling malory archer  Wrote: (08-26-2019 12:21 AM)
If you do NOT clean eggs after they've been laid, meaning you leave on the oils from the hen, they can be fine upwards of 9 months without refrigeration.
I take their freshest eggs, those on top that are still warm.

Lol you guys are gross
There is a major difference between store bought
(UNFERTILIZED eggs and FERTILIZED embryos) Blink Blink Setpjteq
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LoP Guest
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08-26-2019 10:01 AM

 




Post: #35
RE: Proper Food Storage
Eat out everyday no need for fridge.

What if there us a power cut what then?
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