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Iffy pork chops

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by headednorth, Nov 12, 2018.

  1. Coyote33

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    Do you or your neighbors own a dog? Just cut out the bone first.
     
  2. CrackPot

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    Uncooked, give them the entire thing WITH the bone. If the bone is cooked, NEVER give it to your dog because it is brittle and will shatter and likely perforate the dog.
     
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  3. enbloc

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    Awe, that's weak... [smile]
     
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  4. enbloc

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    Dead?! But. I'm still in his Book of the Month club!...
     
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  5. tuna

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    You really worried about pork chops from this year?

    Let me know when you find shit from the 90s and you can worry.
    Sheesh, you sound like my wife. “Don’t eat that, it’s bad”. Whatever.
     
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  6. headednorth

    headednorth NES Member

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    Lol I had food poisoning a couple of times. First time was so bad I got to a point where I either wanted to start getting better right now or die I was so miserable. Second time I lost 14 lbs in a little under 3 weeks. I waited a week and a half before I went to the dr so tests for everything came back negative but prob salmonella. Today was a combo of my food suspicion meeting my thriftyness.
     
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  7. M60

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    Was it magots?
     
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  8. headednorth

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    No, maggots are protein. Wouldnt have a problem with that.
     
  9. M60

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    Of course not. They just taste better if soaked in a little soy sauce. Even better if you remember the apple sauce.
     
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  10. headednorth

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    I think of them as meat jimmies
     
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  11. nastynatural

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    He's feeling better...
     
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  13. LoginName

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    Yeah... sure they told you it's for vacuum sealing deer.
    If I had a dollar for every time I heard that explanation...


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    At First I Was Horrified By These People Being Vacuum Sealed In Bags, But They Agreed To It.



    Latex Vacuum Bed

    "The Latex Vacuum Bed is capable of totally immobilizing its occupant between two sheets of 0.4mm latex rubber! When you hook your vacuum up to the beds reinforced vacuum attachment port, the latex bag will immediately be sucked tight around the wearer, instantly shrink wrapping them into submission. Since the PVC frame has holes all around the perimeter of the bed the vacuum seal will be tight and uniform".
     
  14. Cowgirlup

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    This. If there is no off smell just cook it ood and you should be fine.
     
  15. headednorth

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    "You'll be stone dead in a moment."
    "I dont want to go on the cart"
    "Dont be such a baby."
     
  16. MetalgodZ

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    In the freezer, and it stayed frozen until thawed before cooking? Don't worry about it. Might taste bad if it's freezer burned, but do you think that the guys filling one to two chest freezers for a family of four (or two) are going through that in six months? Heck, people have eaten 36,000 year old meat that was left in an outdoor "freezer" and been fine. (Blue Babe: Would You Eat 36,000-year-old Bison Meat?)

    If you do decide to go with a vacuum bagger in the future to avoid the freezer burn, go with the Gamesaver Silver - It's the only one that Foodsaver sells that's still got the lifetime warranty, though I'm going on 5 years of decently heavy use with it. Buy in bulk, divide it up, and throw it in the freezer. And don't worry about meat that's a few months (or a few years) old.
     
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  17. drgrant

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    At first I thought this was a Repetile post... you guys related? lmao
     
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  18. Spanz

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    not around here! All the maggots are down in Florida recounting ballots right now
     
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  19. Spanz

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    teriyaki marinade it for a few hours, you will never taste the burn.
     
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    You are my newest hero.
     
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  21. headednorth

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    Welp, I'm still here. Feel fine, no issues at all. Lesson learned. Thanks for the words of encouragement.
     
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  22. GaryO

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    pork, polar bears, eat it all!
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  23. Dennis in MA

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    LOL

    We eradicated trichinosis in the US decades ago. Doesn't stop my mom from serving apple sauce with pork every time. Hahahahahahaha
     
  24. enbloc

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    "Iffy Chops"

    Sounds like Pig Latin for "Jiffy Pop"...

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