08 Nov. 1996|
Shelf life food storage and spoilage,wood pallet projects by chris gleason,farrow woodwork manufacturing - PDF Review
We put together a little handout that gives shelf life for most of your Food Storage Items. Milky appearance to liquid—as food ages the liquid will become more cloudy and a residue will begin to form in bottom of jar—this is the food sluffing off, but the appearance should not be milky. Corrosion on inside of can, especially along seam (particular problem with canned foods older than 10 years or so.
Frozen can or bottle—freezing produces hairline fractures in seal and allows spoilage to begin. Food stored in non-food grade container—the container was not meant for food or once contained a non-food product (garbage bags, garbage cans, cleaning bottles or buckets, kitty liter containers, etc.).
Optimum shelf life is when it is stored in ideal conditions, meaning sealed with oxygen absorbers and in a cool temperature.
Rust and Frozen – obvious if the container is compromised and is no longer vacuum sealed I would throw it out. We’re Jodi and Julie, two busy moms who like to share what we learn while we build and use our Food Storage.
The three-part ebook program teaches you how to build a food storage with checklists, an encyclopedia, and a recipe appendix. Visit our STORE to find the best deals on emergency preparedness products, foods, tools and so much more! The worse these conditions are the less likely we will be to eat a particular food, but if it were safe to begin with, and it passes the following food safety test now, then it should be safe. It has helped me start preparing my food storage, when all I could feel was overwhelmed and did not know where to start.
I really wish I had these lists last year when I began using my in-laws Food Storage at their insistence.
I never knew flour could go bad, but believe me, it does and it’s the most horrible taste you could imagine!
I tried to print it out, but it was wider than my page and I did not get all of the information.