Liver: Still Good?
I took some lamb liver out of the freezer on Tuesday or Wednesday evening, and defrosted it on the lowest shelf of the fridge, approximate temperature 4-5C. It's in cryovac. Do you think it's still fit for human consumption? I was thinking of making a casserole tomorrow. (I'll post the recipe if anyone is interested.)
According to Betty Crocker, hell yeah. It's for lamb, mind you, not lamb liver. In any case, stored at 36-40 F it should last 3-5 days. I think more people would be interested in your recipe if you survive your dinner. Good luck.
re: RI Swampyankee
The note is not only to you, but also to Chowhound . . . . just an FYI . . . the word "cryovac'd", should not be used in this phrase. The word is "vacuum packaged". You can call Cryovac(Sealed Air) the company, and they will tell you that the correct Wording is "Vacuum - Packaged". Cryovac's competitors also call it vacuum packaged.
Secondly, the one gentlemen (I think its the editor) at Chowhound tells peole he is well versed in the meat processing idustry, however, he too does not understand this packaging arena in meat processing.
Hope this was helpful. . . .All the Best . . .
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I would like to use Clorax to clean my shirt, you really want bleach, it may be the Clorax brand. You get it . . . . .
Bad, bad ,definitely bad! You have to send it to me immediately.
I would like your recmipe as well!!!!
And, how have you been?