This post isn’t about sewing, but it’s still important.
Sometime last week, after spending an afternoon running errands, doing a big grocery shop, and working all evening, my refrigerator died.
I discovered it the next day.
After tossing out everything in the freezer and most of what was in the refrigerator I decided to find out what I could/should have saved.
Turns out I did pretty well, according to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s guidelines.
Avoiding a meltdown: If your model is suddenly freezing your fridge instead of refrigerating it, get it checked right away. It can be a sign that something’s already gone wrong.
Because we’re all apt to experience some sort of electrical (and therefore food storage) problem at some point, thought I‘d share.
After all, if we’re starving we don’t sew well.
(My apologies for everything being in℉ rather than ℃ .)
- Food Cooking Temps
- Food Storage Info
- Emergency Food Safety
- Frozen Foods Chart
- Refrigerated Foods Chart
- Home Food Safety Brochure
- Fridge/Freezer Temp