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Jo, Thanks for coming by! I'm all for thrifty. I don't have a problem with it either. I guess my swamp yankee heritage shows through too.
Post a Comment. Join me today for a post from author CJ West. One of my most surprising food finds was a can of peaches at the bottom of a set of cellar stairs. The can had rusted through. The peaches had seeped out and all that remained of them was a dark-colored spot on the wooden shelf underneath the can.
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The can must have been sitting there for several years and I wonder if anyone considered eating those peaches in the few years before I found them. If it was free, would you take it home? Would you check the expiration date first? For me it would be an easy call. Is it the idea that whatever killed them might be infectious?
Or is it a superstition that the food could be haunted? Or maybe the ghost of the previous owner would torment you for taking it home? It was always stale. And she always filled bowls by hand, reaching in, grabbing a handful, and dropping it in a bowl like an excavator. That always seemed a little gross to me as a kid.
How about you? If you found an unopened box of your favorite cereal would you take it? You open the freezer and see frozen steaks. The food starts to have value and in these tough economic times I think a lot of us would be tempted to take some of that free food home, especially if it was in a sealed container.