Raw Meat Can Be Stored in Freezer Up To A Year

Before the refrigerator was created, cold weather and snow were the only way to cool food that people do. To preserve food, those living in areas with colder climates should make their own freezers by digging holes in the ground, filling them with snow and covering them with straw.

In the mid-1800s, refrigerators were created. This tool then changed the way people eat food. Unfortunately, until now there are still many people who do not know how to maximize the usefulness of the refrigerator. Most people store meat or chicken in the freezer to prevent it from spoiling, and generally, they do not know how long they can keep it in the refrigerator.

Many think, that meat can only briefly stored in the refrigerator. In fact, the fact that you can keep it for months and even a full year, without drastically changing its quality.

Quoted from the situs casino online terbaik Huffington Post page, Wednesday, January 3, 2018, you can store processed poultry products, including meat that is in mature condition, in the freezer up to four months.

While parts of poultry animals that are still raw can be stored in the freezer for nine months. For whole poultry meat (uncooked whole chicken) that is still raw can be stored in the freezer up to 12 months.

Meanwhile, meat other than cooked poultry can be stored for two to three months. Raw beef ribs can be stored for up to four to 12 months.

Then, raw steak meat can also be stored in casino online terpercaya the freezer for up to four to 12 months. Finally, raw or uncooked ground meat can be stored for three to four months.

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