Freezing Poultry for Home Use

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
May 9, 2022
Price
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Overview

Freezing is one tool that everyone can use to stretch their food dollars. This publication will teach you how to freeze poultry for home use.

Purchasing fresh poultry in large packages and freezing it can reduce the amount of time spent on shopping and meals. The guidelines in this publication will help you to freeze and serve high-quality, tasty, inexpensive food. This publication teaches you about:EquipmentPackaging materialsFreezingWhole chickenCutting-up chickenCutting a turkeyRefreezing poultryWhole turkeyFrozen poultryThawingPrecooked meals(4 pages)

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