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    Default Freezing a smoked Brisket

    I recently viewed the video on freezing a brisket and reheating it. My question is, how many days can I refrigerate without getting an after taste?

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    Refrigerate or freeze?

    I think I have seen a smoked brisked frozen for several months. My recommendation would be to use a meal saver type storage systems. Removing the air and sealing will help with longevity.
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    Buy a good sealer....I have been able to keep for two years!!

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    I agree with the vacuum sealer. You'll need it to store tasty brisket and pulled pork for later. For tacos. And omelettes. And stir fry night. You get the drift.

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    I'd toss out the additional recommendation of freezing it first in something like a glass or foil cake pan, then popping it out and sealing it in the vacuum bag. Otherwise, the vacuum action pulls out all that nice juice.
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