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Fine, you're crazy. There's no time savings in shelling a lot of eggs at once .vs. shelling them as you need them, and there is a HUGE loss of storage life. Once removed from the shell, 2-4 days is the official word, so a week - no. http://www.foodsafety.gov/keep/charts/eggstorage.html http://www.incredibleegg.org/cooking-school/tips-tricks/egg-storage/ ...


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Most freezers are frost-free, which means that they occasionally cycle above freezing to prevent formation of frost on the walls of the freezer. This makes them easier to maintain but it shortens the storage longevity of the food. This makes products stored in them vulnerable to freezer burn, which is a loss of moisture. It can also cause ice and IQF ...


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It's true that keeping air away from most foods will increase their shelf-life, but so-called "vacuum" food containers can't possibly create a powerful enough vacuum to remove all the air. I would be suspicious of glowing reviews with wild claims of their effectiveness. For the purpose you described, I think you would be much better off using a good quality ...


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I installed a notepad app on my smartphone. It allows me to do notes or checklists. I use the checklists to make shopping lists, and to keep a running inventory of my pantry. If I use something or buy more of it, I just change the number in front of the item to reflect how many I have, and I make the app sort the lists alphabetically to make items easily ...



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