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Unread 05-18-2011, 12:12 PM   #1
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Question Fatty Storage

I'm in good enough graces with my mother in law that she asked me to make her 3 or 4 fatties to have around to heat up when she wanted some. I'm planning on rolling some with peppers and onions, maybe some cheese, and probably making one virgin style.

Once I smoke them though, how should I store them? I've never had a fatty around long enough to worry about long-term storage. I've always wrapped them up in foil and left them in the fridge until they're gone. Is vacuum sealing and freezing a viable fatty storage option? Is there a better way to keep them?
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Unread 05-18-2011, 12:14 PM   #2
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Is vacuum sealing and freezing a viable fatty storage option? Is there a better way to keep them?
No better long term solution than that right there.
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I store mine in a very safe place...

My tummy!



Slicing and vac-u-sucking individual servings is a great solution.
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What Chris said, just cool them off first.
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