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Can you freeze cooked turkey?

I also have turkey stock I can thaw and put the turkey in and refreeze if that would be better.

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I just wrap the turkey really well in platic wrap or a baggie and get all the air out. If I know it iwll be awhile before using I will double bag it. LAbel and stick in the freezer.
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I also have turkey stock I can thaw and put the turkey in and refreeze if that would be better.
I freeze chopped or shredded in freezable mason jars, in stock, because I find that it stays juicier that way. I use mostly in turkey pot pies in the winter, because one jar worth plus the stock is the exact amount for one pie dish, and I celebrate efficiency
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I freeze chopped or shredded in freezable mason jars, in stock, because I find that it stays juicier that way. I use mostly in turkey pot pies in the winter, because one jar worth plus the stock is the exact amount for one pie dish, and I celebrate efficiency
I like it! Thanks, I suspected stock might be the way to go.
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I just wrap the turkey really well in platic wrap or a baggie and get all the air out. If I know it iwll be awhile before using I will double bag it. LAbel and stick in the freezer.
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