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Alabama Cooperative Extension Service: “The Do’s and Don’ts of Freezing Foods.”
Arthritis Foundation: “Fresh, Canned or Frozen Produce?”
FoodSafety.gov: “Frozen Food and Power Outages: When to Save and When to Throw Out.”
Food Safety Information Council: “Freezer Times.”
National Center for Home Food Preservation: “Frequently Asked Freezing Questions.”
New York State Department of Health: “Sources of Lead.”
University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service: “Preserving Food: Freezing Vegetables.”
U.S. Department of Agriculture: “Complete Guide to Home Canning,” “Shelf-Stable Food Safety.”
FDA: “Surplus, Salvaged, and Donated Foods: Safety Tips.”
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