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Unread 06-11-2012, 11:18 AM   #1
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Default Pulled pork vac sealed, how long can I keep in fridge.

Title says it all. I'm having a party at the month and wondered if I could keep it in the refrigerator vacuum sealed until the party, or should it go in the freezer? I cooked the pork early so I can just cook brisket in the day of the party. Thanks.
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I'd definitely freeze it, three weeks is way too long to keep it refrigerated.
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Thanks. I kinda figured, just wanted to be sure.
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Properly cooled and handled cryovac pork can stay in the refrigerator for 30 days. This is following all proper methods. If you do not follow them freeze.
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I know some folks will disagree, but when I plan on freezing pork, I pull in decent size chunks, flash freeze and vacuum seal. To reheat, I let the frozen package sit out for a couple hours, than reheat using a double boiler.

Meat is not mushy, and still have great texture and flavor.

If I pull the pork while still hot (or very warm), it will still have a lot of the moisture.

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I would freeze it
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it seems most prefer the freezer, so would i..
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Freezer freezer freezer, if you are storing it for more than two days, I would freeze. It does not take that long to thaw after already cooked.
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