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How to Wrap Meat to Prevent Freezer Burn
- Aug 10, 2018 -

Buying meat in bulk is a good idea, especially when it is on sale, but you do not want to cook more meat than you need. Freezing it is simple and safe. Raw meat and poultry maintain their quality and taste for several months. Cooked meats that are frozen should be used sooner, because the moisture that was lost during cooking can cause them to dry out quicker and lose their quality. Freezer burn is the result of damage to the meat from dehydration and oxidation. This happens when air reaches the meat, and causes brown or grey spots on the food. Meat with freezer burn does not pose a health or safety issue, but it will alter the taste when thawed and cooked. Wrap meat to prevent freezer burn by using proper packaging.

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Note: Never refreeze raw meat that was previously frozen, as this can pose a health hazard. If you've thawed more meat than you can eat at one time, cook all the meat and then freeze the remainder of it after it's cooked.

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