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HealthE1 wrote:Were y'all able to print out the newsletter in PDF form? I can't seem to do so. Didn't know if the problem originates with my computer or not. Thanks.
username wrote:In the May newsletter re swine flu and stocking food, there's a reference to the March 2008 newsletter ("Cutting Food Costs in These Times") and under "Should You Store Food for an Emergency" is a link re storage of foods. For potatoes it says 6 months. When I store potatoes (in a dark, cool place) they sprout within days. I'd love to store potatoes for an emergency . . . anyone know how it's done? Thanks.
Birdy wrote:Thanks AnnaS for your reply. It makes sense that this can't be predicted. I sure hope the scientists are wrong about the strength of the probable outbreaks of flu next year.
username wrote:Thanks Anna. I put my potatoes in a drawer where it's dark and there's air but it's too warm. Also probably not humid enough. I could put a cup of water in the drawer too but it's just not going to be 40 degrees. I don't have any other good place for storage. Potatoes are just not a long-storage item for me then. I'll find other food that stores better.
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