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can i freeze a cooked turkey

I fully cooked a turkey and have half left over.  can it be freezed  f so, how should it be wrapped for best freezing results.


asked Jan 3, 2014 by anonymous

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slice it down into servings sizes.........I use a vac pac....put some gravy in the bottom then the slices...............and seal it.  Vacpac takes out all the air and it lasts longer....if you don't have one...you can use ziploc bags...do the same thing and get all the air out.  date & mark and freeze.....spread them out in the freezer and then the next day I stack them up on the 2 lower shelves.  You also can freeze left over stuffing.   It's a bigger value when you can just pull out small packs and then totally use them up.  Sam's club & walmart have vac pac.....I think someone said Target, you could call them to check on prices.......You have to be a member for Sam's.  BJ's also might have them.
answered Jan 4, 2014 by josie (51,120 points)

Take the breast or any part of the turkey , put it into a freezer ziplock bag and close the bag up to the end..Leaving a little opening wide enough to get a straw in .Close the bag around the straw and suck all the air out as you pull the straw out and at the same time seal the bag .You will get almost all the air out . I have been doing this for years and I have no problem with freezer burn . Date the package with whats inside . Works for anything.
answered Jul 4, 2014 by wnight1 (800 points)

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