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Blues Hog

BrocBroc Posts: 1,398
edited 6:28PM in EggHead Forum
How long is this [great!] stuff going to last when it's refrigerated? :ermm:

I got some going on eighteen months, now...

:whistle: Use or toss...? :unsure:

~ Broc

Comments

  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,399
    I've had some around for more than a year, because I buy a gallon, and I did notice a slightly metallic flavor after it was old. But I don't think it will go bad because of the vinegar (Ph). Taste a little bit. If it seems "off", then chuck it.

    Now a question. What's this "great" sauce doing in your fridge for a year and a half?

    Cheers! And thanks for the bread tips. It was really good....though it was a little wet and heavy. Could have cooked longer. I pulled it off at 204 internal, but think it could have stood 210. But the loaf didn't have a chance. We ate it all in one sitting. Thanks again!
    Chris
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  • Rolling EggRolling Egg Posts: 1,995
    I agree with Nature Boy, shame on you. Thats some mighty fine sauce. I added onion and Blues Hog to bush's baked beans a few nights ago and they were great.
  • BrocBroc Posts: 1,398
    Hasn't been in my fridge for a year and a half... I "inherited" it following last summer's competition season... and have been doing right by it! Thet Be Good Stuffs!

    Thanks for the advice!

    ~ Broc
  • Nooo kidding. I just got my first bottle of it a week or so ago (after I found out that it's in a lot of stores here, being made just a couple of hours from STL) and made spares with it for my Superbowl party. My wife said they were the best I'd ever made, and I didn't disagree.
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