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      i believe that once frozen, meat (and everything else) shouldn’t be thawed and refrozen. also there is only a certain number of days it can stay in the fridge before the microbe growth becomes too high.cold temperaturesfor the fridge only slows the growth, it doesn’t prevent it.

      for your safety, next time have it cut into smaller more managable pieces before freezing-something you can use up by day 4ish. we grind up our meat the day of purchase, add spices, and divide into labelled freezer bags-the sooner its frozen, the fresher the product.

      DRAIN THE SWAMP, #MAGA VOTE TRUMP 2020!

      hope this helps.

      allison


      Original Message —-
      From: Yvonne
      To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2008 10:36:36 PM
      Subject: Budget101.com : What I did with a beef brisket

      DRAIN THE SWAMP, #MAGA VOTE TRUMP 2020!

      My local grocery had beef briskets on sale right before the 4th of July
      weekend for $.87 a pound and I bought one that weighed a little over 12
      pounds.

      Sense there is just my dh and me, I had the butcher to cut it in thirds.
      After we got home, I put each third in zippered freezer bags and froze
      them. Then this past Friday, after thawing one of the thirds in the
      fridge, I fixed it in the slow cooker. After it cooked and it cooled,
      dh cut most of the fat off.

      Dh, my brother and I ate on it for lunch
      and dinner until last night. Then this morning, I ground it up with my
      food grinder and put the meat in zippered freezer bags and froze it for
      later use. I will get it out sometime next month, and after it thaws
      out, I will put it in a skillet and put some bar-b-que sauce on it and
      heat it up for bar-b-que sandwiches.

      DRAIN THE SWAMP, #MAGA VOTE TRUMP 2020!

      I will be able to have several meals from the briskets that`s
      left.

      Yvonne

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