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SHTF! What's In Your FRIDGE?
This is a discussion on SHTF! What's In Your FRIDGE? within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Is it a problem if you have a small fridge (in addition to the main fridge) that's full of eggs and cheese? Asking for a ...
Is it a problem if you have a small fridge (in addition to the main fridge) that's full of eggs and cheese? Asking for a friend.
It's hard to say....Assuming the power goes, the generator will kick in. If I stretch it out by using shelf stable foods as well, I think I have enough meat to last a couple weeks between the kitchen and basement fridges. I also keep many spices in there.
If SHTF happens NOW, how many days will you get out of your fridge, meal-wise? What's in your fridge?
The big freezer has oils, bbq sauce, honey, maple syrup, powdered milk, chocolate syrup, etc.
Let us use the time as best we may.
I'm not sure how long eggs will keep. I eat mine so often that I've never had a store-bought egg longer than a couple of weeks.
Originally Posted by OrneryOldBat
"The Duty Of A True Patriot Is To Protect His Country From Its Government"
I also have pickled eggs - got the recipe from this forum.
Originally Posted by ActionJackson
They're really good and I'm now eating what is dated May 2020.
I'm packing them with lots of onions - which gets pickled with the eggs.
I put a little Splenda with the vinegar (semi-sweet and sour).
I use the pickling vinegar from the pickled eggs as dip for pork rinds! Pork rind and vinegar go well together especially when you eat it with the onions.
Makes a good Keto snack!
Last edited by charito; 10-17-2020 at 03:46 AM.
I used to work on merchant ships and our standard storing was for 90 day supply. We would keep 3 months supply of eggs in refrigerated boxes and never had any problems. So I would say 3 months for eggs is no problem. Probably more, but 3 months for sure.
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