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#1 Post by Elew » Thu Dec 06, 2018 11:17 pm

I was looking up storing lard today and this is a good article

Storing Lard Without Canning or Freezing

https://www.nourishingdays.com/2013/10/ ... -freezing/

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#2 Post by Henrysmom » Wed Feb 20, 2019 11:04 pm

Growing up in the 60s that was how all my Nebraska farmer relatives stored lard. I ate tons of it as a child and am still alive and well! Never went rancid as I remember, however they stored everything in a cool root cellar.

BTW saw a great video on YouTube about food storage that was a presentation by a Mormon woman. Of course they are great at storing food. She said shortening was considered safe for a very long time, at least 10 years, probably a lot longer if you don’t open can. I know most people don’t use much shortening, but I stored several cans up as a good source of fat calories. Maybe a last resort but hey, I won’t be that picky! Makes great pie crust (I know lard does too, but no easy, affordable source for me).

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