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Old 07-07-2008, 06:02 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by LMAJ View Post
Yep - that is usually what I do - freez the whole thing. Works out just fine, but it does take longer to reheat but I haven't noticed any loss of goodness.

Thanks. I'll cook two the next time and freeze one. How do you cool them prior to freezing? I was thinking let it air cool to where you can comfortably touch it and then into the frig for a while, then to the freezer, then vac-bag it and into the deep freeze. How are you doing it?

I love pulled pork, but I have never liked the pulled pork reheated. To me it seems to loose some of it's original goodness. It's soooo good fresh off the pit. That's when I thought of freezing it whole.

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