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Old 08-30-18, 05:21 PM
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Weirdest thing in ya freezer?

i have 50 frozen rodents
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Old 08-30-18, 05:29 PM
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i just happen to have a pillow case in there temporarily. Im trying to freeze the silly putty off.
But that pales in comparison to what you have. Although the rodent may be normal for you and not weird at all. Especially considering your snakes.
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Herbs. It's a frost-free freezer so I use it to freeze dry stuff. I used it to freeze-dry an artichoke, just a decorative thing.

Makes the heads smell better.
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I have a small freezer so not much. unused film would be the weirest thing.
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unused film
I have used film in my fridge: A half dozen rolls of 35mm film that was shot at my wedding 16 years ago. I suppose one of these days I'll get around to developing it. Think it's still good?

I don't have anything weird in my freezer. Gin & vodka (we tried keeping tequila in there but it seems to compromise the flavor), loaves of bread, two bags of frozen peas (one to eat, one to use in lieu of an ice pack), and a can for storing fats & oils. Pretty pedestrian.
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We have a dead bird in our freezer that our cat brought in last week...I forgot to put it in the trash can this past Sunday when I took it to the curb...hopefully I'll remember this weekend.
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I have used film in my fridge: A half dozen rolls of 35mm film that was shot at my wedding 16 years ago. I suppose one of these days I'll get around to developing it. Think it's still good?
Hope they're not Kodachrome....


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In the past, I have kept banana leaves in the freezer, but haven't had any for a while. They're for the Puerco Pibil recipe from the bonus features of Once Upon a Time in Mexico.

[over]ripe bananas, for smoothies.

old bagels, for bread pudding.

Hops and yeast for homebrewing.

So nothing really weird.
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A chicken. Whole, with feathers, head, feet, and all. One of our flock died and it is in the freezer until I can make a run to the transfer station...
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Pigs ears. For salad (eventually).
A ziploc bag full of dirt from....somewhere? No one has any idea on how it got there.
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Chunk of reindeer jerky given me by a Norwegian friend. Said it doesn't need to be frozen, but I put it there until I get up the nerve to try it.
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Why nerve? Jerky is jerky. You can mail it to me, no refrigeration needed
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Chunk of reindeer jerky given me by a Norwegian friend. Said it doesn't need to be frozen, but I put it there until I get up the nerve to try it.
Eat it. Reindeer is good eating.
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Aww, how cute!

Who's got 8 arms, 2 tentacles, and wants to cuddle? THESE GUYS:











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Silicone tubes. Best way to preserve the stuff without it drying out
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