someone gave me 15 -20 pounds of frozenn meat. onthe label it about 5-6 or even 7 yrs.old. I am sure it was frozen the entire time. Is it safe for humans, to cook this meat in the house for my animals ? I wouldn't eat it myself , I just want to know if the meat fumes of old meat would poison humans.........Thank You for your reply
Personally with meat that is really old, I cook it up and feed it to my dogs. Still using it... but their stomachs can handle a bit more than mine.
I would cook it in some slow way - simmering in a crockpot all day, several hours on the stove for stew, that sort of thing. Seems to me nothing scary could survive the free*er (that was a show of solidarity to another thread, sorry for the interruption), but on the off chance it did, boiling a while would kill it all.
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