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7/27/12 11:45 A

Months! I freeze a lot--chicken, beef, pork, fish...
As long as it stays frozen, it'll be fine for a good long while...especially since it's already cooked! :-)

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HUNGRYWOMAN2 Posts: 11,463
7/26/12 3:55 P

I appreciate you taking the time to respond to my question. I freeze a great deal, for convenience, and to prevent waste. Lately however, I have had some obsessions about the length of time. I can tolerate the freezer burn, and even the loss of nutrients it is just the doubts I get these days about the safety of foods. emoticon emoticon


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7/25/12 9:00 P

If it's frozen, it will last a long time. I have taken previously cooked food that I've frozen many months after I froze it. The only "danger" is that over time it can get a little frost bitten. No danger of food poisoning when freezing.

HUNGRYWOMAN2 Posts: 11,463
7/25/12 4:34 P

I have a question. I made the pulled chicken recipe in the crockpot. How long will it keep frozen without causing food poisoning?


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