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PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2005 1:06 pm Post subject: Lifespan of beef heart mix Reply with quote

 How  long  can  a  beefheart  mix  last  in  freezer  with  out  losing  its  nutritional  value?  
 
 I  have  prepared  some  BHM  and  have  been  feeding  the  fishes  for  a  month.  
 For  the  number  of  fishes  I  have,  it  will  not  be  finished  in  3  months.  
 
 Preparation  Method
 
 1.  Lightly  boiled  Beefheart  500  gms,  deshelled  prawns  500  gms  
 
 2.  Blended  beefheart,  prawns,  spinach,  carrots,  apples,  vitamins  supplements,  2  cloves  garlic.  
 
 3.  Added  half  packet  of  unflavored  gelatin.  Allowed  to  cool,  set  and  freezed  it.
 
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2005 1:53 pm Post subject:  Reply with quote

 Hi  Veera:
 IMO,  if  kept  in  the  freezer,  it  should  last  for  about  12  weeks  without  losing  N.  value...
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2005 5:13 pm Post subject:  Reply with quote

                                                   
nag  wrote:                
Hi  Veera:
 IMO,  if  kept  in  the  freezer,  it  should  last  for  about  12  weeks  without  losing  N.  value...
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 Does  Freshness  and  nutritional  value  linked  anyway.  The  beefheart  remains  fresh  for  the  first  three  days.  After  the  fourth  day  the  redness  goes  off  and  gets  pale  which  i  distinguish  as  non  fresh.  By  about  7  days  the  feel  also  becomes  slimy.
 
 At  this  rate  i  make  sure  the  beef  heart  (goat  heart)  cut  is  exhauseted  before  8  days.  I  used  to  buy  lots  of  minced  beef  for  my  dogs  earlier  -  they  also  used  to  look  non  fresh  even  when  bought.  Sir  and  you're  talking  about  12  weeks.....  Do  you  guys  keep  that  long???
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2005 7:37 pm Post subject:  Reply with quote

 Sorry  Venki,
 I  was  refering  to  Heart  Mix  and  not  Raw  Heart...  Oops  
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 I'm  sure  freezing  keeps  it  longer  than  eight  days!!One  month  easily!!Lots  of  poultry  prducts  sold  at  supermarkets  are  frozen,and  sold  quite  sometime  later.
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 You  are  right  Venki,
                                                   One  week  is  the  maximum  period  for  the  beefheart  mix  to  stay  reasonably  fresh.
   But  then  its  not  practical  to  make  beefheart  mix  every  week??  
 
 I  used  to  keep  the  beefheart  mix  for  weeks.
 
   And  as  long  as  the  fish  did  not  talk  and  shout  back  I  knew  I  could  feed  the  stuff  to  the  poor  fellas.
 
   Become  wiser  and  more  sensitive  to  my  fish  and  so  given  up  on  beefheart  mix  unless  I  get  it  real  fresh  and  not  frozen  for  weeks.
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 Beefheart  mix..  frozen..  goes  well  for  3  weeks!!
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 My  BH  mixes  last  for  atleast  a  month  in  the  freezer.  I  have  never  had  any  problem  unless  there  is  a  long  powercut.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 17, 2005 10:29 pm Post subject: Beefheart mix Reply with quote

 Beefheart  mix  will  stay  for  years  in  the  freezer  if  there  is  no  power  cut.  
 
 Only  the  freshness  will  be  lost  in  a  week.
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 Damn  those  power  cuts...  they  make  the  whole  freezer  stink!!
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 Turn  your  freezer  thermostat  setting  to  the  coldest.  Normally  meat  will  not  go  bad  if  maintained  at  -  8  deg  C  or  lower.  The  lower  the  temparature  to  begin  with  the  longer  it  stays  fresh.
 
 I  have  kept  and  fed  beef  heart  for  2-3  months  without  any  problems  with  the  thermostat  turned  all  the  way  to  coldest.
 
 I  know  as  I  keep  meat  in  the  freezer  for  months  together  at  a  stretch  on  my  ship.  As  long  as  the  temparature  is  -  15  Deg  C  or  lower  the  meat  remains  fresh  almost  indefinitely.  Higher  temps  than  this  give  me  less  margin  to  work  with  (power  cuts  in  your  case  /  maintenence/  breakdowns  in  my  case).


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 Now  please,  what  exactly  you  refer  to  as  beefheart.
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 Silveraro,  
 There  is  no  pun  intended  when  someone  mentions  beefheart.  If  you  understand  what  beef  is  and  what  heart  is  you  can  clearly  understand  what  beefheart  is.    :wink:  
 Beef->  The  flesh  of  a  slaughtered  full-grown  steer,  bull,  ox,  or  cow.
 And  heart  of  the  anyone  of  the  above  mentioned  animals  is  beefheart
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 Will  goat  heart  do  instead  of  beef?
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 Yes,  one  can  go  for  goat  heart  but  then  the  heart  size  is  small  and  when  you  de-vein  and  de-fat  it,  you  are  hardly  left  with  anything.  So  you  can  go  for  more  number  of  hearts.
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