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Old 07-27-2020, 01:41 PM   #15
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If we're staying more than just a few days I will break out the BBQ. For food, I vacuum bag and freeze individual meals of any kind of meat or protein we want to eat over the next 10 days or so. Then we pull out what we want in the morning to defrost and then we use an electric skillet or crock pot to cook it up.
If I use the BBQ I have found that I need to deep clean it with oven cleaner to remove all the grease before I pack it away so it doesn't attract rodents to the basement. That is kind of a PITA so we use the electric skillet, crock pot or microwave more than BBQ.
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Old 07-28-2020, 10:12 AM   #16
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In an earlier pos, in passing, I mentioned sous vide cooking. We seal our food in vacuum bags and freeze. When ready to cook a meal, we place the frozen vacuum bag in the water bath (which we've placed in the sink) and start the sous vide device. About 4 hours later, we're ready to eat. We use a propane torch to sear the protein. Really works well!
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