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Bare Minimums Part 8: Freezer

The freezer is a great place to store certain vegetables and meats as they last forever (long enough). A lot of you have probably heard that frozen vegetables are worse than fresh, this is actually incorrect. Fresh vegetables and fruits are picked up to a week before ripening and then sit on trucks and in produce aisles until… Continue reading Bare Minimums Part 8: Freezer

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Bare Minimums Part 7: The Fridge

Although refrigerated items tend to spoil, there are some important ones that you should consider keeping around. You know that guy who gets thirty minutes into making brownies and finds out he has no eggs? Don’t be that guy. BUTTER: Margarine is unacceptable. Butter is more than just a lubricant and conductor. Butter is full of all sorts… Continue reading Bare Minimums Part 7: The Fridge

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Bare Minimums Part 5: Fruits and Vegetables

Let’s talk produce. Normally I would tell you that vegetables on their own are the recourse of a man who has given up. Anyone who thinks that jicama all by its lonesome is a great snack has either given up all hope, or is trying desperately to parlay with death. Heart disease always wins, it’s very patient,… Continue reading Bare Minimums Part 5: Fruits and Vegetables