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Old 09-20-2012, 06:15 PM   #11
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Munky,
you are such a special woman. I'm so glad I had the pleasure of meeting you and your family at Phil's. What a sweet and generous thing you're doing.
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Old 09-20-2012, 08:33 PM   #12
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Luckily they had already thought to package them individually. Didn't know that until this morning. Labels are a little extra work for them. I'm thinking long term down the road people will wonder where those free range chickens came from. Now they will know. Makes them look good to!

The reason why I asked what's the average size freezer is because some of the family's that I'll be delivering them to only have small freezers. I just want to make sure that yes, if 4 are enough to help them out is enough. I don't want to drop a case of chicken off on her lap and now make it her problem. This is my doing. All I'll ask is that my name be kept out of it entirely.

I just happened to luck into this deal. I'm getting them @ cost. It doesn't happen often. He remembered me when I ordered a case to feed my dog. He must have thought I was insane. Well yeah, I am.. And..?

Anyways he's also sending over a stack of paper bags to make it easier for me. All I have to do is mark them with names.

If I cooked a few up in the Rotisserie, then put them is a flavor sealed bag is that a safe thing to do?

Thank you for the help

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Munky, you do understand that that is the highest form of giving. I'm pleased to be in your company. Bless you.
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Old 09-22-2012, 08:10 AM   #13
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Yes, rotisserie cooking then refreezing is a definite way to go if you're so inclined. That's what people (and yes, I've been among them) do when a natural disaster leaves them w/o electricity for long enough to thaw the freezer. You cook all the raw, thawed meat then, when the electricity comes back on, you freeze the sauces, stews, chilis, etc.
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Old 09-22-2012, 08:16 AM   #14
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I'm getting a great deal on some whole chickens...I'm planning on keeping a few chickens, maybe 2, and donating the rest....The neighbor doesn't know it yet but she's going to be helping me to find family's and people that are older with heath issues & have a hard time getting around that could use them.
I loved ready this thread. It's very heartwarming to know that older people with health issues are being cared for and your thoughtfulness will not go unnoticed. God is watching us. Thank you Munky.
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Yes, rotisserie cooking then refreezing is a definite way to go if you're so inclined. That's what people (and yes, I've been among them) do when a natural disaster leaves them w/o electricity for long enough to thaw the freezer. You cook all the raw, thawed meat then, when the electricity comes back on, you freeze the sauces, stews, chilis, etc.
That's a great way to handle it, if you can still cook. All electric here, so no power means no regular, indoor cooking.
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