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Unread 08-24-2009, 08:01 PM   #1
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Here is the pulling of the pork, and vacuum packed for the freezer.

Sorry for the poor quality pics. My hands were greasy so had my wife take them.
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Unread 08-24-2009, 08:05 PM   #2
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looks good - oh, and way to throw your wife under the bus :)
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Unread 08-24-2009, 08:37 PM   #3
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after seeing the #2 and #3 pics I am kinda feeling like Im drunk Good looking grub!! Make ya some Brunswick stew with some of that - its some good chit

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Tell the wife to lay off the sauce if she's taking pics!



Good looking Pulled Pork ya got there!
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It looks good, it got a little shaky in the middle of the process, but, you pulled it through.
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after seeing the #2 and #3 pics I am kinda feeling like Im drunk

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LOL....I had a few Jack and Coke's, thought they were catching up to me!!
On a serious note, was I wrong or did one of those bags have my name on it??
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look at those hands move pullin that pork
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Nice looking pork...Could I try some?

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thats alot of pork
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I think the vacuum bags is a great idea. Looks outstanding.

Now, I have tried and tried to teach my wife how to work that camera too.





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Two pounds in each bag. I love the Food Saver vacuum packer. Works slick.
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Two pounds in each bag. I love the Food Saver vacuum packer. Works slick.

How long would it last in the freezer in those bags? Does the vacuum seal give extended life?

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The bottom bag -- that one's mine, right? Good looking stuff!

Dave, vac seal makes it last a lot longer than Ziplocks. A lot! Like a couple YEARS in my freezer. Not that it stays that long, but I had a very small pack of goat that was pushed aside for 2 years before we ate it.
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It does last longer, but I've never let it last too long, so hard to say.
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I want one of those food savers...i am getting married in a month, and I think that is probably the only thing on our registry that requested.
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