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Freezing Cooked Turkey Breast

I am thinking of smoking some turkey breast for a few family members.  How long should I expect the breast to stay moist in the freezer?  Are there things I could do to improve the length of time the breast stays moist?  My starting point was to wrap in heavy aluminum foil then a large freezer bag.  Maybe include wax paper on the inside of the foil.  Thanks!

Thanks for any help. 


  • kl8tonkl8ton Posts: 2,296
    I don't think I have ever frozen cooked turkey.  Do you have a vacuum sealer?  Vacuum seal some broth (you make with the turkey stock from the turkey you just smoked) with the carved up bird will aid in having moist meat during reheat in a pot of hot water (meat still sealed in foodsaver).

    LBGE - 36Blackstone
    Grand Rapids MI
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