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  • bubbe1
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    corned beef

    Originally posted by ICNDonna View Post
    I can eat corned beef if I first boil it, then drain the water off and add fresh water and boil it again. I totally love it, but I have to get rid of some of the salt and acidy stuff. It's still good.

    Happy St. Pat's day!
    Donna
    This is good to know, Donna. I have been avoiding Corned beef, but I love it. I think I'll give your method a try.
    Happy ST. Patrick's Day, everyone!

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  • Linda May
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    i been eating corned beef in the can, it don't seem to bother me.

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  • ICNDonna
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    I can eat corned beef if I first boil it, then drain the water off and add fresh water and boil it again. I totally love it, but I have to get rid of some of the salt and acidy stuff. It's still good.

    Happy St. Pat's day!
    Donna

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  • ReneeWest
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    corned beef for st pats??

    what i read about corned beef is that it is "wet-cured in spiced brine". ok, whatever that means! is it safe? i know cabbage is ok for me, but want to know if any of you have tried corned beef. i love it! i hope it is ok for us! thanks for any info.
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