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Old Sun, Feb-23-20, 14:27
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Plan: IF/Fung IDM
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merpig....perhaps find a neighbor who will feed frrzerburned meats to their dig, cat or chickens....

When my aunt does a clean out, my animals get a feast.
I have a dog and cats myself! But it was not meats that were freezer-burned, more like LC sweet treats and leftover veggies (none of the animals like veggies)
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Old Sun, Feb-23-20, 21:01
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lol, dogs and cats are like kids, some like veg, others not so much. All my dogs get veg and fruit. Some like raw, others need it cooked. As pickly as kids, lol.

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pulled out a ham for twice baked potatoes etc.

Used the pork chops: onion and peppers from freezer, can of tomato sauce, dried onion, salt and pepper.

Make 16 meatballs: combined jarred pesto with burger. needed parmesan.
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Old Sun, Feb-23-20, 21:14
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I've come down with a nasty cold; no appetite & no desire to cook. DH is fending for himself. I'll get back on the program when I'm feeling better
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Old Mon, Feb-24-20, 07:10
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Hope you feel better soon. My kids are fed homemade chicken soup when they dont feel well.
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Old Mon, Feb-24-20, 10:11
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Hope you feel better soon. My kids are fed homemade chicken soup when they dont fee'l well.
Haha, whenever I get sick one of my friends always says to me "Chicken soup, chicken soup! It's the Jewish penicillin!" It's a shame I hate chicken soup so much.
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Old Mon, Feb-24-20, 13:01
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Thanks for the reminder. I'm feeling somewhat better today, no longer quite so drippy, so perhaps can find the gumption to get a soup together. Freezer & pantry to the rescue!
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Old Mon, Feb-24-20, 16:19
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Thanks for the reminder. I'm feeling somewhat better today, no longer quite so drippy, so perhaps can find the gumption to get a soup together. Freezer & pantry to the rescue!


I made some good strong chicken soup this weekend with onions, celery, poultry seasoning, bay leaves,s&p and it was like liquid gold. I drank a lot of it in a cup and savored every drop.
It's a magic cure all!
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Old Tue, Feb-25-20, 22:49
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I am feeling quite a bit better - only 48 hours; I like to think it is my healthy way of eating. I made my chicken soup today - pantry & freezer - chicken broth, homemade and home canned, coconut milk from the pantry, Thai curry paste, diverse spices from the spice cupboard, chicken & shrimp from the freezer, dried mushrooms from the pantry, fresh ginger, lime juice & zest from the basket on the counter. About half an hour, and I still have a bit for tomorrow. Had to make a few changes, not many. Used a cilantro "pesto" that I made a week or so ago instead of both fresh cilantro garnish & chopped fresh green pepper. And used more dried spices instead of fresh. But it was quite nice ... and I think the hot peppers were helpful.
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Old Wed, Feb-26-20, 00:12
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Glad you feel better, Verbena. Thai coconut curry is my favorite soup if I need to clear my sinuses. I did a huge batch of chicken broth on the weekend; that'll be going into the freezer tonight. I'm going to puree some of the chickeny broth scraps into kitty food, too.

My container collection is overflowing the shelf; that's how I know it's okay to make things for the freezer again.
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