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I'm going to say no. We chill food in the freezer or refrigerator to slow bacterial growth. In general, the refrigerator will slow the growth enough that cooked meat can be kept safely for 3-5 days, and the freezer enough that cooked meat can be stored for 2-3 months. If you've already kept the meat in the fridge for a week, it is already unsafe to eat. ...
If you want fresh baked goodness, then you need to store the dough, either refrigerated or frozen. (If you're going to freeze it, portion and shape the dough first so you don't have to scoop frozen dough.) I sometimes store cookies in an airtight bin at room temperature for up to 3 or 4 days. They're not fresh baked at that point, but still good. For ...
First, I have to say that I very rarely have to store cookies for more than a few days... However, if it must be done, then I find that they keep well for 7-10 days (depending on the recipe) in an airtight container on the counter. I've never tried vacuum sealing the container. I think that that would lead to explosive cookie crumbles when you tried to open ...
Is dry ice available where you live? You can use it to kill bugs in grain. http://thefoodguys.com/dryice.html
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