When power fails, what about the food?
Since the whole country is suffering from power failures, the following should
Oh, get a grip, pard. A freezer will hold frozen food with no problem for
after the power goes off *if* you don't open the door. If the power is
going to be
off longer than that, find a generator and plug your freezer in for 4
hours out of
every 24. If it's freezing weather, put your freezer food out in your meat
All of us out here in the country heard that NYC and Detroit lost power
for a day
and we all said, "Yeah, so?" We lose power for weeks at a time every winter.
(Well, us up here in Alaska do. It's no big deal. There isn't anything on
... , Alaska, 99732
<< Subject: Re: OT-When power fails, what about the food?
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Jan Flora) >>
<< Oh, get a grip, pard. >>
Hold on there! I didn't write the damn article, I just posted it.
I suggest all flames be sent to the author(s).
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