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Thursday, March 4, 2010

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Simple Survival Tips - Soup Safety

When making soup for your survival, take the time to properly store your leftovers. Following a few simple guidelines will keep your soup safe for later use if it isn’t consumed completely.
SOUP SAFETY TIPS
1.) Large amounts of hot leftovers should be divided and placed in smaller, shallow containers. These should be only a few inches deep in order to allow a faster cool down time in your refrigerator. These leftovers should be used within 3 to 4 days.

2.) For longer storage purposes or if the leftovers aren’t going to be used within a few days, leftover soup may be frozen and needs to be used within 60 to 90 days. Leave some headspace in your storage container to allow room for expansion.

3.) Soup leftovers should be thawed in the refrigerator and not out in the open or left sitting on the kitchen counter.

4.) When re-heating soup leftovers, use low heat and always bring the soup to a boil. Soup leftovers that are too thick may be thinned by adding additional broth or water.

Staying above the water line!
Riverwalker