Bedford Ramblings
Steve Mills

Store your meat for 2 years on the shelf? Not a refrigerator or freezer shelf. How about food packaged in cucumbers?

Posted Wednesday, November 18, 2020, at 10:06 AM
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    No I can't imagine. And I will never know what it tastes like. I'm still a little peaved about the last BFD we got from China. My baseline in this day and age is 1 eyebrow raised. When they use French words in their process name, it automatically raises the other eyebrow. And when they talk about "sustainable development goals set out by the United Nations", I start laughing.

    There are plenty of survivalist food supply companies with shelf lives in the range of 20 years. I don't see any need for having to deal with one from China. And we all know Hong Kong is China.

    -- Posted by fair share on Wed, Nov 18, 2020, at 1:48 PM
  • Something else to add to the list of things I don't have to worry about (like early onset dementia- can't happen; I guess now it would be considered timely onset dementia, or "long term exposure"- I would be so pleasantly surprised to have long-term anything that I would forget all about the exposure).

    Now I can add the shelf life of survival food. I will be happy to outlast the leftover Thanksgiving turkey!

    If it keeps me from having to eat meat wrapped in cucumber peels, it is a win.

    -- Posted by lazarus on Wed, Nov 18, 2020, at 10:09 PM
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    Most people throw cucumber peels in the trash. Maybe feed it to a pet rabbit if they have one. But most people don't buy food, then wrap it in trash and save it for later.

    -- Posted by fair share on Thu, Nov 19, 2020, at 12:24 PM
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