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Title: 1. If kept in a cool, dark place, unopened canned products such as chili, deviled ham, corn beef, chopped cooked chicken and stew should be safe to use for ______. (VI-250)


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1. If kept in a cool, dark place, unopened canned
products such as chili, deviled ham, corn beef,
chopped cooked chicken and stew should be safe to
use for ______. (VI-250)
2
1. If kept in a cool, dark place, unopened canned
products such as chili, deviled ham, corn beef,
chopped cooked chicken and stew should be safe to
use for ______. Five years
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2.After opening, leftover portions of canned
meats may be ____, ___ and ____. Use within
_______ or _____ . (VI-251)
4
2.After opening, leftover portions of canned
meats may be ____, ___ and ____. Use within
_______ or _____ . Transferred from the can,
wrapped, refrigerated three or four days, freeze
5
3. Opened canned hams may be refrigerated ______
or ___ . (VI-251)
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3. Opened canned hams may be refrigerated ______
or ___ . Up to a week, frozen
7
4. How should shelf-stable canned hams and meats
in vacuum sealed packages that do not require
refrigeration be stored?(VI-252)
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4. How should shelf-stable canned hams and meats
in vacuum sealed packages that do not require
refrigeration be stored? To maintain the best
quality, store these shelf-stable meats in a cool
place away from damp or hot areas. Rotate the
supply and use within one year after purchase .
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5. How long can these products be stored?
(VI-252)
10
5. How long can these products be stored? Shelf
stable canned hams should be used within one year
of purchase.
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6. Vacuum packaging and sealing are ways to
_________________. (VI-253)
12
6. Vacuum packaging and sealing are ways to
_________________. Eliminate most of the air from
a package
13
7. Vacuum packaging and vacuum sealing provide
two major benefits by.. . (VI-253)
14
  • 7. Vacuum packaging and vacuum sealing provide
    two major benefits by
  • increasing the length of time meat can be kept
  • reducing shrinkage caused by moistured loss

15
8. Canned hams labeled _____ have been
pasteurized during processing like pasteurized
milk and must be kept at refrigerator temperature
before and after opening. (VI-254)
16
8. Canned hams labeled _____ have been
pasteurized during processing like pasteurized
milk and must be kept at refrigerator temperature
before and after opening. Perishable-Keep
Refrigerated
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9. Canned hams labeled Perishable - Keep
Refrigerated, have been ________ during
processing and must be kept at
_______temperature before and after opening.
(VI-254)
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9. Canned hams labeled Perishable - Keep
Refrigerated, have been ________ during
processing and must be kept at
_______temperature before and after
opening. pasteurized
19
10. Some small cans of ham have been brought to a
higher temperature (___) duriing processing and
may be stored without refrigeration, the same as
other canned foods. (VI-255)
20
10. Some small cans of ham have been brought to a
higher temperature (___) duriing processing and
may be stored without refrigeration, the same as
other canned foods. sterilized
21
11. Unopened Keep Refrigerated canned hams may
be kept in the home refrigerator _______ if
properly stored. (VI-255)
22
11. Unopened Keep Refrigerated canned hams may
be kept in the home refrigerator _______ if
properly stored. Six to nine months
23
12. Shelf stable canned hams can be kept in a
cool dark pantry _______. (VI-255)
24
12. Shelf stable canned hams can be kept in a
cool dark pantry _______. One to two years
25
13. After a canned ham is opened the ham can be
wrapped and stored up to ____ in the refrigerator
or it can be frozen __________. (VI-255)
26
13. After a canned ham is opened the ham can be
wrapped and stored up to ____ in the refrigerator
or it can be frozen __________. One week, three
to four months
27
14. How long can unopened vacuum package of
luncheon meat be kept? (VI-256)
28
14. How long can unopened vacuum package of
luncheon meat be kept? Generally, two weeks
before before opening and one week after opening.
If the package has a use-by date, follow the
manufacturers recommendations.
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15. Can luncheon meats be frozen? (VI-257)
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15. Can luncheon meats be frozen? Yes, unopened
vacuum packaged meats may be frozen for one to
two months. If the package has been opened,
overwrap or freeze in a plastic bag.
31
16. Meats cooked at home, wrapped tightly and
refrigerated within __ after cooking should be
used within _____ or frozen for longer safe
storage. (VI-258)
32
16. Meats cooked at home, wrapped tightly and
refrigerated within __ after cooking should be
used within _____ or frozen for longer safe
storage. Two hours three to four days
33
17. What variables affect the refrigerator
storage time of meat in the home? (VI-259)
34
  • 17. What variables affect the refrigerator
    storage time of meat in the home?
  • Storage temperatures at meat markets
  • freshness of meat when purchased
  • care and time between market and in-home
    refrigeraton
  • temperature of the home refrigerator
  • packaging

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18. Pre-packaged and store wrapped meat may be
placed in the refrigerator in the original
wrapper if the meat is to be used ______________.
(VI-260)
36
18. Pre-packaged and store wrapped meat may be
placed in the refrigerator in the original
wrapper if the meat is to be used
______________. Within the reommended storage time
37
19. By leaving meat in the original wrapper...
(VI-260)
38
19. By leaving meat in the original
wrapper bacteria growth can be limited by
avoiding rehandling of the meats surface.
39
20. What is the preferred way to store processed
meats such as franks, sausage, sliced cold cuts,
ham and bacon that are vacuum packaged by the
processor? (VI-261)
40
20. What is the preferred way to store processed
meats such as franks, sausage, sliced cold cuts,
ham and bacon that are vacuum packaged by the
processor? Vacuum packaged meats keep best in
their package before and after opening.
Refrigerate up to two weeks one week after
opening.
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21. Meats should be kept frozen at temperatures
of _____. (VI-263)
42
21. Meats should be kept frozen at temperatures
of _____. 0 degrees F or lower
43
22. Freezing compartments of ____ refrigerators
are generally not cold enough for long term
freezing but may be used for short term storage
of already frozen meats. (VI-263)
44
22. Freezing compartments of ____ refrigerators
are generally not cold enough for long term
freezing but may be used for short term storage
of already frozen meats. Single door refrigerators
45
23. Use only a ___ or a the ______ for long term
freezing of large fresh cuts of meat and poultry
. (VI-263)
46
23. Use only a ___ or a the ______ for long term
freezing of large fresh cuts of meat and poultry
. Freezer separate freezer compartment of a
two-door refrigerator
47
24. If meat is kept in the home freezer longer
than the time recommended, is it safe and good to
eat? (VI-264)
48
24. If meat is kept in the home freezer longer
than the time recommended, is it safe and good to
eat? The meat is safe to eat if it remained
frozen throughout the storage time. However, the
eating quality may have deteriorated due to
dehydration and flavor change in the fat or
crystallization due to slow freezing.
49
25. What variables affect home freezer storage
time? (VI-265)
50
25. What variables affect home freezer storage
time? The meats condition when frozen the
wrapping material the rate of freezing temperature
of the freezer during storage
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