If I thaw out frozen ground turkey and refreeze it is it still good?
Asked by Geana 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I just ran across this thing:http://www.coudal.com/swapmeat/You send them something you made, and they send you something they made. I always have stuff I made that for various reasons I don't want to keep - it's not quite up to my tweaky-high quality standards, or I changed my mind about the color, or it doesn't fit and I don't feel like working on it any more.Normally I would try this first and report my experiences, but since the deadline is Aug 31, I might not have time to ship and receive AND write up! So there it is, not a recommendation but a Mere link. I'll comment here once I've sent them something and again if I get anything back. I plan to send them a Tribble.Has anyone heard of this? Did you send anything? Did you get anything back?
Posted by rachel 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
I'm not try to start a flame war just wanna bounce some Ideas around. If everyone stopped eating meat and animal products (total vegan). What would happen to the animal population. I think at first it would increase dramatically, then after humans started to consume more and more fruits and vegetables there would be a shortage of food ether for humans or animals (most likely animals). Which would cause a sharp decrees in animal population (possible extinction of species lower on the chain). Or if there is not enough fruits and vegies for humans, they will be forced to eat animals. What do you think?
Posted by TheCheese9921 10 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
San Francisco joins communities across the world in observing Meat-Free Mondays. Too bad no one told us. Apparently back in April the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved legislation declaring the first day of the week meat-free Mondays, now known as Vegetarian Day or Veg Day. Supposedly, the legislation urges “all restaurants, grocery stores and schools to offer a greater variety of plant-based options to improve the health of San Francisco residents and visitors and to increase the awareness of the impact a green diet would be on our planet.” Consider awareness. . . unaffected. This seems like something that would be plastered all over San Francisco buses, sign posts, and veg-friendly shops. Did I miss the flier at the co-op? Probably. Nonetheless, just as banning plastic bags took hold (uh, sort of), I'm sure the wave of Meat-Free Monday observers is sure to swell and sweep the city by storm. I'll let you know when the falafel shop steals all the Monday business from the burger shop downstairs. Actually. . . it's the same shop. So maybe they are onto something after all. via: the sf examiner
Posted by scoochmaroo 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
If you're planning on eating several pounds of sausage and bacon you might as well get some friends over and make a boat out of it, right? Yeah, sure.We have an Instructable for making placemats out of bacon and bacon soap, but this is pretty epic in comparison. This is all great if you're into bacon. Which I'm not. It's one of my least favorite things to eat and I find this to be pretty disgusting, but I hear that I'm pretty much on my own for that opinion. Most everyone else finds it delicious. MeatShip
Posted by fungus amungus 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
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Posted by Kiteman 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Here is the ingrediants list: mechanically separated chicken,pork skin,partially defatted beef fatty tissue(???),partially defatted pork fatty tissue,vinigar,salt,spices,sugar,flavorings(more specific please??),sodium erythorbate,sodium nitrate eew! they sell this as f00d!? why is this stuff legal? the number on the can is18007275777 it says to call 10 am to seven pm monday through friday eeww
Posted by Zaphod Beeblebrox 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
This strikes me as laughable, but at least the issue is being properly framed. "Eat whale and save the planet" - Norwegian lobbyBy Alister Doyle, Environment CorrespondentOSLO (Reuters) - Eat a whale and save the planet, a Norwegian pro-whaling lobby said on Monday of a study showing that harpooning the giant mammals is less damaging to the climate than farming livestock.Environmental group Greenpeace dismissed the survey, saying almost every kind of food was more climate friendly than meat.The survey, focused on whale boats' fuel use, showed that a kilo (2.2 lbs) of whale meat represented just 1.9 kilo (4.2 lbs) of greenhouse gases against 15.8 for beef, 6.4 for pork and 4.6 for chicken."Basically it turns out that the best thing you can do for the planet is to eat whale meat compared to other types of meat," said Rune Froevik of the High North Alliance, which represents the interests of coastal communities in the Arctic."Greenhouse gas emissions caused by one meal of beef are the equivalent of eight meals of whale meat," the study said.The Norwegian-based Alliance said it was the first to measure the "carbon footprint" of whaling. Fish and seafood was comparable to whale meat with relatively low emissions.Norway and Japan, the two main whaling nations, are seeking new arguments to promote whale meat after years of condemnation from anti-whaling nations for breaking with a 1986 moratorium on all hunts meant to save many whale species from extinction.Oslo says, for instance, that the small minke whales it hunts are plentiful in the North Atlantic and that a 2008 Norwegian quota of 1,052 animals will not harm stocks. The meat is eaten mostly as steaks or in stews
Posted by ewilhelm 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
How do you prefer your meats cooked? I like any kind of meat, including fish well done, sometimes to the point of drying it out a little. It's not the taste to me that I don't like about not completely cooked food. It's not some worry about bacteria or anything either. I just don't like the texture that you get, especially with fish and eggs.
Posted by mysterygirl154 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
For instance, you kill a squirrel that happens to be rabid, cook the meat and eat it (not the brains, of course). Could you contract rabies?
Asked by Weissensteinburg 9 years ago | last reply 3 months ago
I don't have a fridge, so when I didn't eat this pound of minced beef for a bit too long I decided not to eat it at all. Then I didn't dispose of it, and then I became interested in not disposing of it. I'm not sure when I bought it, but it's probably 5 weeks ago. Apart from having seeped juice and reduced it's internal pressure it looks OK.Any ideas as to whether this might be safe to eat if cooked? I plan on keeping it longer to see what happens...17-MAY-2009 Panic! I lost the meat, after a while I found it under the grill which I rarely use. More than 2 months our of date and not much change (re-inflated a bit)
Posted by lemonie 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Asked by funkshui 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
The things that your culture find quite normal to eat might seem very strange and disgusting to others. What kind of food have you eaten that you think others will be revolted by? I've eaten Snake, Dog, Snails, Shark, Eel, Reindeer, Donkey, Crickets, Ants I'd like to try Guinea Pig and Whale I could consider Rat and Cat I don't think that I'd like to try Larvae and Live Octopus
Posted by matseng 11 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Hi everyone I am doing a project in university and i wanted to make a talking thermometer which told a blind person what temperature the meat was. At the very best i wanted it to have different functions for chicken, beef and pork. (So they can cook a medium steak and then a safe temperature for chicken, although the temp for chicken and pork is above that of a beef so maybe i can fit it into one chip. i dunno) I have to make the PCB myself so i was just looking for any help on how i may do it (maybe a mix of a home made pcb and arduino) Any any tips or advice i may need Thanks Michael
Posted by abro100 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE short ribs! if u love ribs, POST!
Posted by the_TRUE_LINK_OWNZ! 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Any good vegetarian substitute for meat fish and egg.I mean tastewise.Am a new veggie and cant forget the taste.
Asked by amar55in 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Wandering through the Bazaar Bizarre at Maker Faire, I found the awesomeness that is Sweet Meats. Who doesn't need a plush porkchop on their couch?I escaped with only a button reading "I love you more than bacon" but the plush meat combo pack was near-irresistible. You can even get your meat wrapped in butcher paper.
Posted by canida 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
This is not for eating. I opened my coconut and all the stuff inside was rock solid, fuzzy, and no juice. How can I get the 'meat' out so I just have the shell please?
Asked by Warlrosity 7 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I would like some advice on vegetarianism. Could someone give me a pro and con on veg diet compared to a meat diet, with vegetarianism can one achieve the right amount of proteins and minerals for the body without vitamins or supplements? Is it healthy, or healthier then a meat diet? Can the same effect be caused on a "meatless Monday" diet of food. And does it fit for me; I'm 6 foot, 195 pounds, 15 years old, very active(running, basketball, swimming). Just interested on the health effects it could cause.
Asked by JohnJY 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Hello folks. I just made my first food instructable and would love to have some input from the community. https://www.instructables.com/id/Halloween-Food-The-Hand-Of-Mummy/ Pictured below is the Hand in its uncooked and (failed)cooked state. Pic quality kind of sucks (Inebriation+photography seldom works very well), but I'm sure you'll understand what the name stands for. Even though the cooked hand looks more like a trilobite, it's still delicious. Further research has yielded better results with keeping the shape intact.
Posted by Thermonuklear 6 years ago
Was anyone else raised eating meat, then switched to mostly or all vegetarian cooking? Any tips for how to shop, filling meals, and how to avoid eating too much starch and sugar (pasta & fruit)? I'm thinking about limiting how much meat I eat, but I'm curious how to switch out of a meat-and-potatoes model I'm accustomed to from childhood. I love a good salad, have an enthusiastic passion for bean dishes, and have access to good vegetables. Looking forward to hearing your thoughts.
Posted by garnishrecipes 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
For instance, Eric's Book shelf instructable manages to have "book shelf" as one of the keywords, but in my Prime Rib instructable I could only figure out how to have "prime" and "rib" as separate keywords...
Posted by westfw 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
:-D BTW, Adam Sandler had a dog named meatball.
Asked by Yerboogieman 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
The stem is stuck into the meat and is left in the oven. The wire is then brought out of the oven and connected to the display. I would like to replace the display with an AVR micrprocessor, but I do not know, or how to find out, what kind of signal is at the end of the plug. Has anyone played around with these and can share their experience?
Asked by cjh01 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I am always baffled about what to do with them and I collect them and have used them for painting, bead holders, to cut little people out of and to make funky beads but I wonder what others out there do with them. Please don't tell me you throw them away without reusing them.
Asked by javamomba 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Small type and be able to smoke using a small eletric fry pan or some thing along that line
Asked by doccbones 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Nitrates means meats with any nitrates such as lunch meats, ham, sausage, bacon, pepperoni, or smoked meats to name a few. Caffeine is any item that has caffeine in it, chocolate or cola or such. He is very allergic to any of these. All beans, nuts, etc, including great items such as avacados.
I am doing an experiment that requires a cell culture, and for the question I am asking, an animal tissue culture is probably, better. If anyone knows how to make a tissue culture (preferably with brain cells but other cells work) then I need some help.
Asked by ANDY! 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
My friend just forwarded me a link to the Bovine Myology and Muscle Profiling website. It's got a pretty impressive 3D visualizer for all the different layers of the cow flesh, an incredibly thorough how-to style video library useful for breaking down a cow, and is simply neat for anyone interested in biology, animals, or just plain weird stuff like this. via benjaneer
Posted by noahw 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Is it possible to make a Bullet out of ice like in that film or to make one out of Frozen meat like in CSI? I'm not going to try it but I was just wondering is it possible.
Asked by NuclearGreyhound 9 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I have an idea that requires either machining abilities/tool access or CAD experience. A while ago, I found out something that was apparently common knowledge. Meat grinders with their blades removed can be used to extrude spaghetti. So I decided to look for additional pasta extruder plates for different noodles. There are no pasta extruder plates for standard meat grinders. You can, however, buy a glorified grinder and accessory plates or a dedicated pasta machine for top dollar. The marketted pasta makers at their very cores are the same as the meat grinders with the right plates installed. Obviously pasta dies/plates for meat grinders are intentionally not produced. The closest I could come was a garage sale extruder that looks like a plastic grinder with three dies. Big surprise, it doesnt work. But I modified a plate so it sort of works for a grinder. This worked as proof of concept. Would anyone be interested in helping to design CAD files to print pasta dies on Shapeways based on proper pasta dies? I don't know much about CAD, but it looks easier than the designs created by some folks on here. Basically disks with a dimple for alignment and specially shaped holes. admittedly, the hole depths would be the complicated part. Let me know what you think.
Posted by Darkman 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
We love barbecue here. Our way to do the barbecue is to skewer (spit) the meat together by a metal pin or bamboo pin. Normally we do it manually. Does anybody know if there is one more efficient method or some kinds of equipment we can use on the skewering?
Asked by Steve Zhang 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Our freezer was without power and we didn't realize it. When it was discovered all of the meat in it had spoiled. The freezer now has a foul odor that we can't get out. We have tried all purpose cleaners, baking soda and left it open for a long period of time. It still smells. Any suggestions?
Hello all, I tried to search an instructable down but I haven't so far. Has anyone done something on doing a poor man's slow cooker? I don't really want to buy a slow cooker cause they are mostly used for cooking meats, and the last thing me or probably anyone needs to do is eat more meat. I just have a few recipes that call for a slow cooker and would like to try them out. I'm thinking I could just cook in a regular pot and keep the temp or flame really low. Is it really that easy? Inquiring cat would like to know!
Asked by User1 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
My hair is thin and flat. Is there a way to thicken it up and help the shine? I don't eat meat (except for fish); would that affect my hair?
I am in the process of planning a food dehydrator and i am wondering if you can get the heat needed to preserve meats~160F or 71C~ from a lightbulb(or two?)
Asked by 1arrow24 10 years ago | last reply 8 years ago