Thanks for telling me what to stock my bunker with
However, we are going by the idea that not showing any sign of mold means that it's still okay to eat. I've had many things in my fridge 'go bad' without growing a single spot of mold. Someone needs to taste the 12-year-old burger to prove that it's still the same as the day they bought it.
-Carefully taking sips from the Fire Hose of Knowledge
mmmmm.....I feel like maccas tonight.
I do have a question, why would you keep a burger for 12 years? Seriously, that's pretty feral in itself. (What do you say to people? "This is my twelve year burger, on the kitchen table.") It would be like a family pet. Or an absented minded move "why is there a burger in the back of the linen closet? Eww....it's twelve years old! Did you put that there, Firey?" (I once stuck a T.V. remote in the freezer. We didn't find it for three weeks.)
Actually that's gonna amuse me for days.
Currently submerged under an avalanche of books and paper work. I may come back up for air from time to time.
Real life awaits and she is a demanding mistress.