When I cook extra butts, briskets, etc--I pull/chop/whatever and put in aluminum pans. Each pan is loaded shallow, no more than 1/2 full.
These are cooled for a bit to near room temp and then into the freezer for a couple of hours.
Quick chill and does not have enough residual heat to drive the freezer temp up much, if any.
Then vacusuck or whatever I plan for storage.
Works for me.
Your meat should be just fine the way the timing worked out.
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