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Old 04-08-2012, 08:44 PM   #1
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For those that trim your meats the night before, how do you store them until inspection?

I know that ziplock has two gallon bags. Have you ever tried those? Do you think that they would hold a standard size brisket or a large pork butt?

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Old 04-08-2012, 08:52 PM   #2
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I stored a 9 pound brisket in one this weekend. You could probably get 2 butts in one.
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Old 04-08-2012, 09:00 PM   #3
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I vacum seal.
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I vacuum seal ribs, chicken, and brisket. Pork I trim in site.

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Old 04-08-2012, 09:51 PM   #6
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I vacuum seal ribs, chicken, and brisket and either trim pork on site, or put the two butts in one of those big ziplocs
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Ziploc makes bigger bags than that. Try their XL bags - 10 gallons. You can put 4 butts in them, or 2 monster briskets, or a half dozen racks of ribs no problem. Save the 2 gallons for the chicken.
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Whatever you do, please pay attention to cross contamination: Don't put your chicken in a bag, getting some on the outside of the bag, place the bag in a cooler of ice, and then store your parsley in that ice, for instance......

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2 gallon bags everytime here. 4 racks of ribs in one 2 butts in one and a 14 ib brisky or smaller in another. if the brisket is two big i just wait till im on site to trim. i put 20 thighs in a 1 gallon to cut down on the amount of brine needed
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@ ZBQ....do you have a source for this 10 gallon zip lok bags...I can't find them

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ace hardware has the giant ziploc bags. They aren't labeled as food bags, they're marketed for storage. They work great thou. I don't use them, get all my meat from a butcher and he puts it all in clear plastic bags with twist ties. 1 Cooler for meat, 1 cooler for everything else.
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@ ZBQ....do you have a source for this 10 gallon zip lok bags...I can't find them

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You get them online through Amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/Ziploc-Big-Bag.../dp/B003AOEXQA
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We use HEFTY brand 2.5 gallon zip bags. The 2 gallon ziplocs don't seem quite large enough and the really big bags are pricey. You probably won't find them at your grocery store. The 2.5 gallon bags are $3 per dozen at walmart. BJ's carries them too. Not sure about Costco or Sam's.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Hefty-Onez...12-ct/11027203
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Thanks to all for answering my threadjack question!!!
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