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Old 08-28-2008, 07:29 PM   #7
The_Kapn
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I vacu-suck BBQ all the time. It seems to last "forever" and still taste fresh when re-heated.

The "Boiling Bag" procedure works great. Your are not boiling the meat, just adding heat.

Micro-Zapping in the bag works great---IF you keep the power low, poke a couple of vent holes in the top of the bag, and take your time.

The single best thing I have found for re-heating is to take it slow and easy and protect the moisture.

Good Eats.

TIM
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