PHOTOS: ‘Almost Edible’ 106-Year-Old Fruitcake Found In Antarctica – NPR

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Aug 152017
 

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PHOTOS: 'Almost Edible' 106-Year-Old Fruitcake Found In Antarctica
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Fruitcake is known to stay fresh for an inordinate amount of time. But Antarctic conservators say they recently came upon a specimen that tests the limits of the treat: a 106-year-old cake, found in one of Antarctica's first buildings. This particular
Does fruitcake ever spoil? 106-year-old cake found in AntarcticaToday.com
Fruitcake From Robert Scott Expedition Is 'Almost' Edible at 106 Years OldNew York Times
106-year-old fruit cake found in Antarctica and ice cream is coming to space!CW33 NewsFix
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Century-Old Fruit Cake Found in Antarctica is ‘Almost Edible’ – History

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Century-Old Fruit Cake Found in Antarctica is 'Almost Edible'
History
As the satirist Russell Baker once observed, “a fruitcake is forever.” The rock-hard, notoriously unpleasant-tasting treat can last a long, long time. Case in point: The Antarctic Heritage Trust recently discovered a 100-year-old fruit cake on
Century-old fruitcake in 'excellent condition' found in AntarcticaIrish Times
100-Year-Old Fruitcake Found in Antarctica Is 'Almost' EdibleNational Geographic
Century-old fruitcake found in AntarcticaRadio New Zealand
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100-Year-Old Fruitcake Found in Antarctica Is ‘Almost’ Edible – National Geographic

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Aug 112017
 

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100-Year-Old Fruitcake Found in Antarctica Is 'Almost' Edible
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"Living and working in Antarctica tends to lead to a craving for high-fat, high-sugar food, and fruitcake fits the bill nicely, not to mention going very well with a cup of tea." (See "Opinion: 6 Reasons Antarctic Explorers Were Tougher 100 Years Ago
A 100-Year-Old Fruitcake Was Found 'Perfectly Preserved' in AntarcticaTIME
Century-Old Fruit Cake Found in Antarctica is 'Almost Edible'History
Fruitcake taken to Antarctica by famous British explorer Robert Falcon Scott found in remote hut – and it's still EDIBLEThe Sun
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Extreme weather will cost Ottawa almost $1-billion yearly: PBO report – The Globe and Mail

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Extreme weather will cost Ottawa almost $ 1-billion yearly: PBO report
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The federal government can expect to pay nearly a billion dollars a year in disaster relief for extreme weather events – far more than the $ 100-million it has been budgeting – as the increasing frequency and intensity of hurricanes, winter storms and
Canada's disaster relief costs spike due to rise in extreme weatherNational Observer

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