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    Default Interesting website

    I thought some here might be interested.

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    way to go i've been waxing my cheese for years and storing it in the pantry and that link is so cool thank you for sharing it-and i think that expiration dates on foods are so the consumers will go out and buy more and throw perfectly good food away and like you i have lots of stuff stored past their dates-what did out grandparents do before all this --they canned and stored --thanks again polly---hugs to all fv and their familys

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    Wow, I love her. Thanks for the link, it's now in my favorites. I do a lot of shopping at our local Amish store and I buy a lot of "expired" foods. She hit the nail on the head, common sense is all it takes. She has the same attitude about government interference as I do. I don't wax my cheese, yet, but you can bet when I have my own home with a huge walk-in pantry in the basement, I will be trying this. And the bottled butter is a must try.

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    I have been moving more toward self-reliance and realized that most of the FDA's notations on how long a food is "good" for is really just c.y.a. stuff. Most of it will "turn" and you will KNOW it. Thank you for the AWESOME blog link.

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    I like the website. Thanks for the recommendation!

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    Me, too. (Don't throw stuff away just because of sell by date or best by date.) Groceries are just too expensive.

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    Thanks Polly!! Great site!!




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