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Old 08-29-2016, 11:43 PM   #15
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Excellent post, excellent info. Thanks.
Once you get into the tropics and away from Canada, almost all milk is whole powdered milk ,far tastier then the weasel piss they sell here as powdered milk.
If you mix it and leave it overnight, it looses most of it's powdery taste.
Inverters will run a vacuum bagger. Friends on boats use them for smoked salmon.
Hunting for my meat instead of buying stockyard meat, reduces my consumption of chemicals ( intrafacial chemotherapy) and is far more environmentally responsible. Agriculture has done far more damage in 100 years than the 12,000 years plus my ancestors did, by living off hunting in North America.
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Old 06-27-2017, 11:36 PM   #16
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Cheese keeps indefinitely if kept covered in cooking oil. You can use the oil for its usual use after the cheese is gone. Margarine keeps indefinitely, submerged in brine, as long as it doesn't melt.
Don't know if that works for butter, my next experiment.
Got sick of my butter going rancid before I could use it all, so last summer I put some in enough salt water brine ,in a canning jar, to cover it, and put a plastic lid on.Opened it after the recent heat wave ,and it was just as good as the day I bought it. In the tropics you can get canned butter ,but the brine solution should keep it from going off after you open the can.
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