Toss The Sausage

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Toss the Sausage Game Online - Play Free Food Browser Games

It's all about the wieners in this yummy sausage game. You are a little boy named Little Erde living alone on a tiny planet, your favorite activity is to toss a sausage around the globe. You must catch the sausage to submit your score, if you miss have another try. If the sausage hits the rubber mushroom it will bounce helping it to go further. This free online game also have two language options, you can play it in English or German. Have Fun!

Play Toss The Sausage browser game for free online today

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How to play Toss The Sausage game online

First press Space to power up your throw. Pressing Space a second time will release the sausage at your preferred angle. If the sausage hits the mushroom it will bounce off and fly once more. Move the mushroom by walking against it. Always catch the sausage before hitting the ground otherwise your attempt will not be counted. Use the arrow keys to walk, jump and crouch.

Knowing When to Toss Food

According to knowing when to toss stored food can protect you from food poisoning, but knowing when you can still safely eat what you buy can save you money. A recent survey found that 27 percent of Americans keep food past their expiration date, this food should really be discarded because it might harbor bacteria that could cause illness. On the other side of the coin, over half of Americans unnecessarily throw away perfectly good food based on a "best by" date. When to toss food depend on the nature of the food, how it was processed, prepared and stored. The confusion over what to throw away, and when, stems partly from the belief that the date on the package is an official designation of when the food will "go bad." But, most dates are put there voluntarily by the food manufacturer and often refer to peak food quality rather than safety. Cereal, for example, should still be fine at least one year past the date on the package, she said. Canned goods, as long as they are not damaged, are good even longer. Even dairy products can be kept four to six weeks past their date as long as they are properly refrigerated. Raw Sausage from chicken, turkey, pork, and beef, you should be abel to keep in refrigerator for 1 to 2 days and in freezer for 1 to 2 months.

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