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roobedoo
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Vacuum sealed 6 years
I found some quail in the freezer that I have had for about 6 years. I see no noticeable freezer burn or ice crystals in the bag.

Do you think they are still good?


EveryoneGetsATrophy
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re: Vacuum sealed 6 years
Defrost them and see what it looks like but I can't imagine its not freezer burnt.


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beulahland
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re: Vacuum sealed 6 years
Yup


roobedoo
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re: Vacuum sealed 6 years
Is that a vote for still being okay, or probably bad?


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wickowick
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re: Vacuum sealed 6 years
Fine to eat, if no freezer burn.


jgthunt
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re: Vacuum sealed 6 years
If a quail kills you, it was time.


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re: Vacuum sealed 6 years
Is the skin on? You may get lucky and can just skin it


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roobedoo
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re: Vacuum sealed 6 years
Suppose will learn more when they are thawed.


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re: Vacuum sealed 6 years
Since i got a good vacuum sealer 10-12 years ago I don’t put dates on things


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CootKilla
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re: Vacuum sealed 6 years
If the bag is still sealed, I would bet they are just fine.


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roobedoo
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re: Vacuum sealed 6 years
They are boneless, so I have that going for me!


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DTRooster
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re: Vacuum sealed 6 years
Thaw it out and see if it burnt


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Boudreaux35
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re: Vacuum sealed 6 years
quote:

Do you think they are still good?




Only one way to find out. Firs' you make a roux....


baldona
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re: Vacuum sealed 6 years
How are you going to cook it? Stuff like that I usually just make poppers with. Cut off anything freezer burned and throw a pepper and some bacon on it and you’d certainly never know.


roobedoo
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re: Vacuum sealed 6 years
I was thinking over charcoal with mesquite added, and also have water pan. Sorta half smoked half grilled. Maybe have them over the coals for browning then move them indirect for flavor.


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