Amazon’s experimental recipe for food retail

April 13, 2018 by  
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Food is turning into an information business, and the online retailer-turned-grocer has an unassailable competitive advantage.

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How can I use up “past it” frozen vegetables?

August 12, 2011 by  
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We’ve had an email from Joanna: I found some part-used bags of frozen peas, sweetcorn and broccoli at the bottom of my chest freezer – expiry date 2009! My hubs is happy to ignore expiry dates but we tried some of the peas and they were tough and tasted washed out, not good! Any other options than just giving them to my worms? I know what you mean with “washed out” – even stuff in date sometimes ends up tasting like freezer ice in our freezer. If I was sure it was just a texture/taste issue, I’d probably give the veggies to our chickens and let them turn them into more palatable-for-us eggs. Wild birds would probably nom them up too. Depending on quite how “freezer” they taste, they might still be fine for turning into soup or for use in long-cooked casseroles. Any washed-out flavour disguising recipe suggestions? If you’ve got the freezer space to spare, it might be worth keeping the peas or sweetcorn as an emergency cold-pack for injuries – they could then be given to birds/added to a wormery afterwards. Any other ideas?

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