According to the Kitchen Project term “Corned” comes from putting meat in a large crock and covering it with large rock-salt kernels of salt that were referred to as “corns of salt”.
This preserved the meat. The term corned has been in the Oxford English Dictionary as early as 888 AD.
Freezing seems to be a perfect way to preserve precious meat. It’s convenient, allows one to prepare it in a variety of ways, and keeps the meat in good condition for up to a year.
But what if the time comes when your freezer fails or no longer available? Check out these five tried and true methods that do not rely on electricity shared by Tinhatranch.com.