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Old 01-05-2013, 11:51 AM   #14
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Just to aid the cololing process - just break it down into fourths (quarter it) and re-bag it with the additional liquids.

If you have a vac-sealer; leave the bags open (to vent heat) during the cooling process.
Have used those "blue thermo refreeze cooler blocks" to accelerate cooling.
Once cold - seal away.

Next day - boil in a bag = fresh goodness!
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