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Unread 04-07-2009, 12:43 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by tommykendall View Post
I just vacuum sealed and froze a brisket flat and a small butt yesterday from the weekend and was wondering the same. This is the first time I've ever frozen Q. Ducking while asking cuz I don't know any better, could they be reheated while still in the bag submerged in boiling water?
That's how I did mine. The heavy duty freezer bags work a bit better as they are a bit thicker and just don't let the bag touch the bottom of the pot unless you want to make soup. Don't ask how I know. I think the vacuum pack bags are the best suited for this too.
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