Originally Posted by Mister Bob
I always put a description, the weight and the freeze date near the top of each package with permanent marker.
I store them standing up in rows in the downstairs freezer so I can see what's in there without too much digging.
I try to keep the older stuff on top or in front.
I take a trip to the downstairs freezer at least once a week and move what I'll use that week to the upstairs freezer, picking from the oldest first.
There's been a lot less waste since I started doing this.
40% of all food produced in the USA is thrown away!
Great job sir! Now I don't have to buy more stamps to send the stuff to starving children in third world countries.
I will still support every effort though to help them....
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