New Hormel Completes Good Mornings

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Re: New Hormel Completes Good Mornings

Postby Norton » Sat Feb 13, 2016 10:54 pm

scottwyatt442 wrote:Norton, How long do you vacuum seal the Hormel complete before you eat it?


Scott I vacuumed sealed it maybe two or three days before camping. I have vacuumed sealed left over homemade chili then froze it for later use.
I ate it about two months later and the Chili was fine

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Re: New Hormel Completes Good Mornings

Postby scottwyatt442 » Sun Feb 14, 2016 1:29 am

Thank you,Norton, for the quick reply. Do you think they'd last for a couple of weeks vacuum sealed , without being froze?

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Re: New Hormel Completes Good Mornings

Postby Norton » Sun Feb 14, 2016 9:43 am

scottwyatt442 wrote:Thank you,Norton, for the quick reply. Do you think they'd last for a couple of weeks vacuum sealed , without being froze?


I think they would last a week easy as they high a very high salt content. Two weeks I would keep in the refrigerator.

Cannot figure out why there is no pop top metal cans of scrambled eggs and sausage.

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Re: New Hormel Completes Good Mornings

Postby scottwyatt442 » Sun Feb 14, 2016 12:27 pm

OK. Thanks


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