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Unread 03-21-2013, 02:40 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by aawa View Post
Like any meat that is frozen there will be some compromise of meat texture between fresh and frozen. This happens because the ice crystals will damage the meat fibers and if you thaw and freeze meat over and over, it will eventually turn to mush. Now if you buy a piece of meat and freeze it and leave it, it will be fine to cook several months later provided you dont get freezer burn. I have stocked up on ribs and pork butts and cooked them 2-3 months later with no damaging effect on the end quality of product.
Thanks! Good info.
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