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BUUKWORM14 SparkPoints: (59,495)
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3/29/11 12:21 P

Thanks everyone! I found a nice, simple recipe here for roasting it with veggies. I'm gonna trim the bad bits and put a few pieces of bacon on to baste it and add some moisture (my mom's suggestion).

THE_GOPHER Posts: 328
3/29/11 11:06 A

I'd cut off the burned parts and cook it slowly in a crock pot in some flavored broth. It'll help tenderize it and add back in some flavor - which the freezer burn may have taken away.

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3/28/11 9:43 P

I would just cut off the freezer burned part..I've done that and no one can tell the difference. (it is just me...LOL).

As far as I know, freezer burn does not mean the food has spoiled, it just won't taste as god.

SNOOPY1960 Posts: 1,686
3/28/11 9:30 P

I don't know....you might want to Google the info and see if freeze burned food is still good to eat !

BUUKWORM14 SparkPoints: (59,495)
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3/28/11 10:36 A

I just located a seriously old piece of eye round in my freezer. Some spots look a little worse for the wear. I'm currently thawing it and trying to think of what to do with it. Will it be ok or is it toast? Should I just trim off the sad bits?

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