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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by mountainexplorer, Jan 3, 2005.

  1. mountainexplorer

    mountainexplorer 1/2 ton status

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    Oldest food in your fridge. I grabbed some mustard and found it expired in Oct. 2001.
     
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    A few years ago my family stayed at my friends house when they went on holidays... we found peanut butter 3 years old :blush:
    I'm really cautious about old food in my fridge. The oldest thing is mayo that has "NO" written all over it... my mom uses it for cooking... it's 1 year old...
     
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    I don't thin thats mayo Stave....Probably lard....;)
     
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    almost shot boogers on the monitor from that one!!!!!!!!!!!:haha: :haha: :haha:
     
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    Watch for the muzzleflash!
    It still might go good on a sandwich, he should give it a try....:grin:
     
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    Nature's Fridge

    Hey stave.

    Here is something to wash it down with.

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    the oldest thing in my fridge.... a block of scrapple from a month or so ago. I just moved in afterall, give me a year :)
     
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    Whats lard?

    [​IMG]
     
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    lard is fat, cooking fat

    a few months ago i found an small old mason jar, who know what was in it or how long it was in there. when i opened it, i almost puked from the smell. yes i threw it away
     
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    Lard is animal fat used in cooking -- MUCH farther south than you it's called "manteca."

    Why is the word NO on that jar; are you not supposed to use it or something?

    -- A
     
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    eww I don't use lard. :blush:
     
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    read my first post, I put "NO" on it because the mayo was bad... the due date was way over expired... my mom used it for cooking though:blush:
     
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    dremu;

     
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    Oh, I thought SHE put it there.

    Why not just throw it out? That's what I do when things in my fridge turn green :D

    (Can you tell I'm baching it again, and damn happy!)

    -- A
     
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    I clean out my fridge every month. That way the stuff that gets pushed to the back and go's bad gets pitched. Now up in the freezer there's stuff I have no idea where it came from, or how long it's been in there. I really should throw it out, LOL.
     
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    Uhmmmm

    1. Refrigerator pickles for about 4 years

    2. Beer from when I was 10 to about 15

    3. The meat fridge of death* eternity


    * Flooded basement and deep freezer with 100+ pounds of meat floted away and got unplugged, sat for a week or more.....

    It is now plugged back in and frozen.........


    .......and will stay there as long as I live


    I considered burning the house down
     
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    RJ, alot of interesting words can be used to describe you. i just realized that dirty and disgusting are on the list.
     
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    frozen juice mix? or not

    whent to fridge and got frozen juice mix and opened . didnt look right at all. checked the ex date and found 2000 . well o.k. maby forgot 1 in there got a new 1 out and oh no 2000 also . whent to store and found some from new to dated back to 2000 . so the funny thing is it just might not be in your fridge .
     
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    I can't, my mom says she wants to keep it :eek:
     
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    What does she cook with it? I've never heard of cooking mayo before.
     

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