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  1. #1
    Serene Vannoy Guest

    Default Yay!

    I just bought a new freezer! Now I can take advantage of big sales, and
    do a big freezing session every month without loading my littletiny
    fridge's littletiny freezer to the max. Yay!

    http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...1&blockType=G1

    Serene
    --
    http://www.momfoodproject.com

  2. #2
    Storrmmee Guest

    Default Re: Yay!

    remember to inventory as you put in and mark off as you take out, item, date
    made and how many... helps not only in avoiding letting it get old, really
    helps to grab it when making shopping lists as you know you already have xxx
    in there, Lee, pleased for you
    "Serene Vannoy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    >I just bought a new freezer! Now I can take advantage of big sales, and do
    >a big freezing session every month without loading my littletiny fridge's
    >littletiny freezer to the max. Yay!
    >
    > http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...1&blockType=G1
    >
    > Serene
    > --
    > http://www.momfoodproject.com




  3. #3
    George Shirley Guest

    Default Re: Yay!

    On 9/24/2011 8:17 AM, Serene Vannoy wrote:
    > I just bought a new freezer! Now I can take advantage of big sales, and
    > do a big freezing session every month without loading my littletiny
    > fridge's littletiny freezer to the max. Yay!
    >
    > http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...1&blockType=G1
    >
    >
    > Serene

    That's a nice looking freezer Serene, I wouldn't be without one, ours
    is, I think, a 15 cubic foot freezer. Right now it is jam packed full of
    garden stuff and the one over the freezer is full of beef, pork, and
    chicken. On top of that I found some NY strips and ribeyes in the used
    meat bin today so have to vacuum seal them and find someplace to stash them.

    I was totally shocked at seeing a $3.39 price tag on a loaf of
    multigrain bread at the market. I am getting ready to make another loaf
    of my own whole wheat and am thinking of buying some bulk rice, whole
    wheat, bread, and all-purpose flour to have on hand. With drought, a La
    Nina year, and inflation it might be a smart move. Brown rice was over
    $3.00 for a two-lb bag, that's getting ridiculous. Or maybe it's because
    I'm so old I can remember cheap prices.

  4. #4
    gloria.p Guest

    Default Bread prices (was Re: Yay!)

    On 9/24/2011 9:31 AM, George Shirley wrote:

    >
    > I was totally shocked at seeing a $3.39 price tag on a loaf of
    > multigrain bread at the market. I am getting ready to make another loaf
    > of my own whole wheat and am thinking of buying some bulk rice, whole
    > wheat, bread, and all-purpose flour to have on hand. With drought, a La
    > Nina year, and inflation it might be a smart move. Brown rice was over
    > $3.00 for a two-lb bag, that's getting ridiculous. Or maybe it's because
    > I'm so old I can remember cheap prices.



    Yeah, I can remember bread at 15 cents a loaf in the 50s so it pains me
    to see it at $3.50-$4.99 for a fairly ordinary loaf. I may have to
    start baking sandwich bread again, too. Right now I make zucchini bread
    or Grandma's citron-and-almond bread 2-4 loaves at a time for breakfast.
    It keeps well in the freezer and is handy to have. Sandwich
    bread may be next. Barb's state fair loaf sounds good.

    Keep on baking and I hope your weather has cooled off enough to make it
    sound reasonable to light the oven.

    gloria p

  5. #5
    Storrmmee Guest

    Default Re: Bread prices (was Re: Yay!)

    i started wanting to bake bread for the health reasons, prices are keeping
    me looking forward to it again, Lee
    "gloria.p" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:j5kuor$kd3$[email protected]..
    > On 9/24/2011 9:31 AM, George Shirley wrote:
    >
    >>
    >> I was totally shocked at seeing a $3.39 price tag on a loaf of
    >> multigrain bread at the market. I am getting ready to make another loaf
    >> of my own whole wheat and am thinking of buying some bulk rice, whole
    >> wheat, bread, and all-purpose flour to have on hand. With drought, a La
    >> Nina year, and inflation it might be a smart move. Brown rice was over
    >> $3.00 for a two-lb bag, that's getting ridiculous. Or maybe it's because
    >> I'm so old I can remember cheap prices.

    >
    >
    > Yeah, I can remember bread at 15 cents a loaf in the 50s so it pains me to
    > see it at $3.50-$4.99 for a fairly ordinary loaf. I may have to start
    > baking sandwich bread again, too. Right now I make zucchini bread or
    > Grandma's citron-and-almond bread 2-4 loaves at a time for breakfast. It
    > keeps well in the freezer and is handy to have. Sandwich
    > bread may be next. Barb's state fair loaf sounds good.
    >
    > Keep on baking and I hope your weather has cooled off enough to make it
    > sound reasonable to light the oven.
    >
    > gloria p




  6. #6
    George Shirley Guest

    Default Re: Bread prices (was Re: Yay!)

    On 9/24/2011 10:59 AM, gloria.p wrote:
    > On 9/24/2011 9:31 AM, George Shirley wrote:
    >
    >>
    >> I was totally shocked at seeing a $3.39 price tag on a loaf of
    >> multigrain bread at the market. I am getting ready to make another loaf
    >> of my own whole wheat and am thinking of buying some bulk rice, whole
    >> wheat, bread, and all-purpose flour to have on hand. With drought, a La
    >> Nina year, and inflation it might be a smart move. Brown rice was over
    >> $3.00 for a two-lb bag, that's getting ridiculous. Or maybe it's because
    >> I'm so old I can remember cheap prices.

    >
    >
    > Yeah, I can remember bread at 15 cents a loaf in the 50s so it pains me
    > to see it at $3.50-$4.99 for a fairly ordinary loaf. I may have to start
    > baking sandwich bread again, too. Right now I make zucchini bread or
    > Grandma's citron-and-almond bread 2-4 loaves at a time for breakfast. It
    > keeps well in the freezer and is handy to have. Sandwich
    > bread may be next. Barb's state fair loaf sounds good.
    >
    > Keep on baking and I hope your weather has cooled off enough to make it
    > sound reasonable to light the oven.
    >
    > gloria p

    If we worried about that we would never use the oven. I make my bread
    with a bread machine, much easier, makes a nice loaf, takes less time.
    Our house is air conditioned about ten months out of the year, the other
    two months we have to turn the heat on. Most of our problem is humidity,
    today the humidity at 0700 was 100% while the temperature was in the low
    sixties at that time. Right now it is well over 80F outside and still
    have 100% humidity.

    It's a big house, there's always someplace in it that is cool when I
    have to use the oven. Plus we have a gas stove, required to have a stove
    vent that is through the roof, ours will suck the hat off your head if
    you're not careful. <G>

  7. #7
    The Cook Guest

    Default Re: Yay!

    On Sat, 24 Sep 2011 09:36:15 -0500, "Storrmmee"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >remember to inventory as you put in and mark off as you take out, item, date
    >made and how many... helps not only in avoiding letting it get old, really
    >helps to grab it when making shopping lists as you know you already have xxx
    >in there, Lee, pleased for you


    That only works if the other people who use the freezer are willing to
    do that. At one time I had our chest freezer organized with like
    things in a plastic basket. Now things just get tossed into it. I am
    sure that we have a number of things in there, but they are probably
    in the bottom. Since it needs to be defrosted maybe I can start
    organizing again.


    >"Serene Vannoy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]..
    >>I just bought a new freezer! Now I can take advantage of big sales, and do
    >>a big freezing session every month without loading my littletiny fridge's
    >>littletiny freezer to the max. Yay!
    >>
    >> http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...1&blockType=G1
    >>
    >> Serene
    >> --
    >> http://www.momfoodproject.com

    >

    --
    Susan N.

    "Moral indignation is in most cases two percent moral,
    48 percent indignation, and 50 percent envy."
    Vittorio De Sica, Italian movie director (1901-1974)

  8. #8
    Storrmmee Guest

    Default Re: Yay!

    yes it does take cooperation, and it works so well to avoid waste, and
    sitting at the table with the list makes putting together the grocry list
    easier than running to it to check for xxx, Lee
    "The Cook" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On Sat, 24 Sep 2011 09:36:15 -0500, "Storrmmee"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>remember to inventory as you put in and mark off as you take out, item,
    >>date
    >>made and how many... helps not only in avoiding letting it get old, really
    >>helps to grab it when making shopping lists as you know you already have
    >>xxx
    >>in there, Lee, pleased for you

    >
    > That only works if the other people who use the freezer are willing to
    > do that. At one time I had our chest freezer organized with like
    > things in a plastic basket. Now things just get tossed into it. I am
    > sure that we have a number of things in there, but they are probably
    > in the bottom. Since it needs to be defrosted maybe I can start
    > organizing again.
    >
    >
    >>"Serene Vannoy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>news:[email protected]..
    >>>I just bought a new freezer! Now I can take advantage of big sales, and
    >>>do
    >>>a big freezing session every month without loading my littletiny fridge's
    >>>littletiny freezer to the max. Yay!
    >>>
    >>> http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...1&blockType=G1
    >>>
    >>> Serene
    >>> --
    >>> http://www.momfoodproject.com

    >>

    > --
    > Susan N.
    >
    > "Moral indignation is in most cases two percent moral,
    > 48 percent indignation, and 50 percent envy."
    > Vittorio De Sica, Italian movie director (1901-1974)




  9. #9
    Nad Guest

    Default Re: Yay!

    The Cook <[email protected]> wrote:

    > That only works if the other people who use the freezer are willing to
    > do that. At one time I had our chest freezer organized with like
    > things in a plastic basket. Now things just get tossed into it. I am
    > sure that we have a number of things in there, but they are probably
    > in the bottom. Since it needs to be defrosted maybe I can start
    > organizing again.


    I do not believe the new owner will have your organizational problem.

    I have your problem in which I regret, you may not, my "Chest" freezer that
    is located in my basement. It is next to impossible to organize it.
    Eventually what you want is in the bottom.

    They were smarter than us, they purchased an "Upright" freezer. I have had
    an upright in the past, when I moved Years ago I left that upright freezer
    and bought a chest freezer for the new home. It is much easier to organize
    foods items in an Upright. Lots of shelves in an upright.

    What I do is keep a small variety of foods in the small freezer section of
    the kitchen refrigerator. When it needs restocking I end-up down stairs
    emptying have the freezer to look for what I want and putting it all back.

    --
    Nad

  10. #10
    George Shirley Guest

    Default Re: Yay!

    On 9/24/2011 2:42 PM, Nad wrote:
    > The Cook<[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> That only works if the other people who use the freezer are willing to
    >> do that. At one time I had our chest freezer organized with like
    >> things in a plastic basket. Now things just get tossed into it. I am
    >> sure that we have a number of things in there, but they are probably
    >> in the bottom. Since it needs to be defrosted maybe I can start
    >> organizing again.

    >
    > I do not believe the new owner will have your organizational problem.
    >
    > I have your problem in which I regret, you may not, my "Chest" freezer that
    > is located in my basement. It is next to impossible to organize it.
    > Eventually what you want is in the bottom.

    Many years ago we had a 30 cubic foot chest freezer. Purchased some wire
    baskets to go on the bottom of the freezer, it already had wire baskets
    for the top row. That saved a lot of problems. I hunted and fished a lot
    back then plus we had a few acres under cultivation all the time. Not to
    mention, the cow and calf, milk and meat goats, chickens, ducks, pigs,
    and a fish pond. The baskets helped us stay organized. We could slide a
    top basket aside and reach the bottom ones. We also had a 15 cubic foot
    upright, like you said, lots of shelves. We would often move things from
    the chest storage to the upright. The top freezer on the refrigerator
    was reserved for things we need on a daily/weekly basis.

    Nowadays we have a fifteen cubic foot upright and the one over the
    fridge, both are full at the moment but will empty out fairly quickly.
    >
    > They were smarter than us, they purchased an "Upright" freezer. I have had
    > an upright in the past, when I moved Years ago I left that upright freezer
    > and bought a chest freezer for the new home. It is much easier to organize
    > foods items in an Upright. Lots of shelves in an upright.
    >
    > What I do is keep a small variety of foods in the small freezer section of
    > the kitchen refrigerator. When it needs restocking I end-up down stairs
    > emptying have the freezer to look for what I want and putting it all back.
    >



  11. #11
    zxcvbob Guest

    Default Re: Bread prices (was Re: Yay!)

    Storrmmee wrote:
    > i started wanting to bake bread for the health reasons, prices are keeping
    > me looking forward to it again, Lee
    > "gloria.p" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:j5kuor$kd3$[email protected]..
    >> On 9/24/2011 9:31 AM, George Shirley wrote:
    >>
    >>> I was totally shocked at seeing a $3.39 price tag on a loaf of
    >>> multigrain bread at the market. I am getting ready to make another loaf
    >>> of my own whole wheat and am thinking of buying some bulk rice, whole
    >>> wheat, bread, and all-purpose flour to have on hand. With drought, a La
    >>> Nina year, and inflation it might be a smart move. Brown rice was over
    >>> $3.00 for a two-lb bag, that's getting ridiculous. Or maybe it's because
    >>> I'm so old I can remember cheap prices.

    >>
    >> Yeah, I can remember bread at 15 cents a loaf in the 50s so it pains me to
    >> see it at $3.50-$4.99 for a fairly ordinary loaf. I may have to start
    >> baking sandwich bread again, too. Right now I make zucchini bread or
    >> Grandma's citron-and-almond bread 2-4 loaves at a time for breakfast. It
    >> keeps well in the freezer and is handy to have. Sandwich
    >> bread may be next. Barb's state fair loaf sounds good.
    >>
    >> Keep on baking and I hope your weather has cooled off enough to make it
    >> sound reasonable to light the oven.
    >>
    >> gloria p

    >
    >



    I just got my sourdough starter out of the fridge a couple of days ago
    to start baking my own bread again. I think the starter might be dead
    (was left alone in there for 3 months) I fed it and not much has
    happened. It smells like it might still be alive, but no bubbles yet.

    -Bob

  12. #12
    Storrmmee Guest

    Default Re: Bread prices (was Re: Yay!)

    give it a bit, i know little about sours but boron does she is in the bread
    group and rfc, i swear she knows everything, Lees
    "zxcvbob" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Storrmmee wrote:
    >> i started wanting to bake bread for the health reasons, prices are
    >> keeping me looking forward to it again, Lee
    >> "gloria.p" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:j5kuor$kd3$[email protected]..
    >>> On 9/24/2011 9:31 AM, George Shirley wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> I was totally shocked at seeing a $3.39 price tag on a loaf of
    >>>> multigrain bread at the market. I am getting ready to make another loaf
    >>>> of my own whole wheat and am thinking of buying some bulk rice, whole
    >>>> wheat, bread, and all-purpose flour to have on hand. With drought, a La
    >>>> Nina year, and inflation it might be a smart move. Brown rice was over
    >>>> $3.00 for a two-lb bag, that's getting ridiculous. Or maybe it's
    >>>> because
    >>>> I'm so old I can remember cheap prices.
    >>>
    >>> Yeah, I can remember bread at 15 cents a loaf in the 50s so it pains me
    >>> to see it at $3.50-$4.99 for a fairly ordinary loaf. I may have to
    >>> start baking sandwich bread again, too. Right now I make zucchini bread
    >>> or Grandma's citron-and-almond bread 2-4 loaves at a time for breakfast.
    >>> It keeps well in the freezer and is handy to have. Sandwich
    >>> bread may be next. Barb's state fair loaf sounds good.
    >>>
    >>> Keep on baking and I hope your weather has cooled off enough to make it
    >>> sound reasonable to light the oven.
    >>>
    >>> gloria p

    >>
    >>

    >
    >
    > I just got my sourdough starter out of the fridge a couple of days ago to
    > start baking my own bread again. I think the starter might be dead (was
    > left alone in there for 3 months) I fed it and not much has happened. It
    > smells like it might still be alive, but no bubbles yet.
    >
    > -Bob




  13. #13
    zxcvbob Guest

    Default Re: Bread prices (was Re: Yay!)

    Storrmmee wrote:
    > give it a bit, i know little about sours but boron does she is in the bread
    > group and rfc, i swear she knows everything, Lees



    Even if it is dead, it'll start growing again eventually -- from the
    critters in the rye flour that I sometimes feed it with. (yeast and
    bacteria critters, not, you know, moth and weevil critters) ;-)

    BTW, I remember 3 loaves of bread for $1, and that was big loaves of
    decent white bread. Mrs. Baird's, I think. Roman Meal™ cost a little
    more. There weren't a lot of choices.

    -Bob

  14. #14
    Storrmmee Guest

    Default Re: Bread prices (was Re: Yay!)

    since i never met bread i didn't like i often got aldi bread for 24 cents,
    now i think that loaf is almost a dollar but haven't been there in a while,
    Lee
    "zxcvbob" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Storrmmee wrote:
    >> give it a bit, i know little about sours but boron does she is in the
    >> bread group and rfc, i swear she knows everything, Lees

    >
    >
    > Even if it is dead, it'll start growing again eventually -- from the
    > critters in the rye flour that I sometimes feed it with. (yeast and
    > bacteria critters, not, you know, moth and weevil critters) ;-)
    >
    > BTW, I remember 3 loaves of bread for $1, and that was big loaves of
    > decent white bread. Mrs. Baird's, I think. Roman Meal™ cost a little
    > more. There weren't a lot of choices.
    >
    > -Bob




  15. #15
    gloria.p Guest

    Default Re: Bread prices (was Re: Yay!)

    On 9/24/2011 6:16 PM, zxcvbob wrote:
    > Storrmmee wrote:
    >> give it a bit, i know little about sours but boron does she is in the
    >> bread group and rfc, i swear she knows everything, Lees

    >
    >
    > Even if it is dead, it'll start growing again eventually -- from the
    > critters in the rye flour that I sometimes feed it with. (yeast and
    > bacteria critters, not, you know, moth and weevil critters) ;-)
    >
    > BTW, I remember 3 loaves of bread for $1, and that was big loaves of
    > decent white bread. Mrs. Baird's, I think. Roman Meal™ cost a little
    > more. There weren't a lot of choices.
    >
    > -Bob



    You're right. If you wanted good or what's now called "artisan" bread,
    you had to go to an ethnic bakery. There were lots of them,
    hole-in-the-wall places. I still can't believe the variety of pastries
    they made. Those poor bakers must have worked 24 hours a day.

    gloria

  16. #16
    George Shirley Guest

    Default Re: Bread prices (was Re: Yay!)

    On 9/24/2011 7:16 PM, zxcvbob wrote:
    > Storrmmee wrote:
    >> give it a bit, i know little about sours but boron does she is in the
    >> bread group and rfc, i swear she knows everything, Lees

    >
    >
    > Even if it is dead, it'll start growing again eventually -- from the
    > critters in the rye flour that I sometimes feed it with. (yeast and
    > bacteria critters, not, you know, moth and weevil critters) ;-)


    Think of them as extra protein. <G>
    >
    > BTW, I remember 3 loaves of bread for $1, and that was big loaves of
    > decent white bread. Mrs. Baird's, I think. Roman Meal™ cost a little
    > more. There weren't a lot of choices.
    >
    > -Bob

    I'm a good bit older than you Bob and I can remember bread that was
    about fifteen cents a loaf or less. When Miz Anne and I married
    fifty-one years ago we could go to the supermarket and fill two carts
    completely full of food for about fifty bucks. I was making $3.50 an
    hour back then with lots of overtime, shift differential, and holiday
    pay. We thought we were really well off if we had thirty cents left over
    after we paid the bills.

    I hit the used bread store down the street frequently now. Generally on
    a Monday I can buy Nature's Own and other brands of bread for roughly a
    buck a loaf. Buy two or three at a time and freeze them. Beats paying
    over three bucks for a staple.

    I made a loaf of whole wheat, totally whole wheat, no bread flour in it
    at all. Came out great, will be making that recipe again in the bread
    machine. One loaf is to much for the two of us so I cut them in half,
    bag, and freeze half of it. If it don't the loaf will mold, even in a
    bag, as our humidity lately has been somewhere between 80 and 100% most
    of the time.

  17. #17
    George Shirley Guest

    Default Re: Bread prices (was Re: Yay!)

    On 9/24/2011 8:30 PM, gloria.p wrote:
    > On 9/24/2011 6:16 PM, zxcvbob wrote:
    >> Storrmmee wrote:
    >>> give it a bit, i know little about sours but boron does she is in the
    >>> bread group and rfc, i swear she knows everything, Lees

    >>
    >>
    >> Even if it is dead, it'll start growing again eventually -- from the
    >> critters in the rye flour that I sometimes feed it with. (yeast and
    >> bacteria critters, not, you know, moth and weevil critters) ;-)
    >>
    >> BTW, I remember 3 loaves of bread for $1, and that was big loaves of
    >> decent white bread. Mrs. Baird's, I think. Roman Meal™ cost a little
    >> more. There weren't a lot of choices.
    >>
    >> -Bob

    >
    >
    > You're right. If you wanted good or what's now called "artisan" bread,
    > you had to go to an ethnic bakery. There were lots of them,
    > hole-in-the-wall places. I still can't believe the variety of pastries
    > they made. Those poor bakers must have worked 24 hours a day.
    >
    > gloria


    One I went to in my hometown started baking at about 2 am each day
    except Sunday when they were closed. The bake shop generally closed
    about 3 pm each day. A twelve-hour day of baking never appealed to me.

    During WWII my mother's "war job" was working in a bakery in Beaumont,
    TX. She went to work at 2 pm and we picked her up each night at 10 pm.
    She always brought a fresh loaf of bread out with her and we would put a
    stick of margarine inside the loaf and then eat it on the way home. Best
    bread in the world back then. Of course I was very small but my two
    elder sisters could eat half the loaf quickly. That bakery finally
    closed in the mid-sixties, bought out by a chain who trucked bread in
    from Houston. Not the same bread either.

  18. #18
    Serene Vannoy Guest

    Default Re: Yay!

    On 09/24/2011 07:36 AM, Storrmmee wrote:
    > remember to inventory as you put in and mark off as you take out, item, date
    > made and how many... helps not only in avoiding letting it get old, really
    > helps to grab it when making shopping lists as you know you already have xxx
    > in there,


    It's a good idea; not sure I can get the locusts to comply. ;-)

    (Kidding; I plan to actually forbid them from going in the freezer. I'll
    put stuff they're allowed to use into the smaller one above the fridge.)

    Serene
    --
    http://www.momfoodproject.com

  19. #19
    Storrmmee Guest

    Default Re: Yay!

    and put that list on the front of the frig... for two reasons...

    first they can decide what they want out before opening and scavenging thus
    thawing half of it, and

    second, about the third time they comply scrutinize the list, and open to
    search and its not there they "MIGHT" get the value of marking it off...
    well it sounds good anyway.

    Lee
    "Serene Vannoy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On 09/24/2011 07:36 AM, Storrmmee wrote:
    >> remember to inventory as you put in and mark off as you take out, item,
    >> date
    >> made and how many... helps not only in avoiding letting it get old,
    >> really
    >> helps to grab it when making shopping lists as you know you already have
    >> xxx
    >> in there,

    >
    > It's a good idea; not sure I can get the locusts to comply. ;-)
    >
    > (Kidding; I plan to actually forbid them from going in the freezer. I'll
    > put stuff they're allowed to use into the smaller one above the fridge.)
    >
    > Serene
    > --
    > http://www.momfoodproject.com




  20. #20
    Serene Vannoy Guest

    Default Re: Yay!

    On 09/25/2011 10:35 AM, Storrmmee wrote:
    > and put that list on the front of the frig... for two reasons...
    >
    > first they can decide what they want out before opening and scavenging thus
    > thawing half of it, and
    >
    > second, about the third time they comply scrutinize the list, and open to
    > search and its not there they "MIGHT" get the value of marking it off...
    > well it sounds good anyway.


    No, I was serious. They're not allowed in the new freezer. It even has a
    lock on it. :-)

    Serene
    --
    http://www.momfoodproject.com

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