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    • focus888
    • By focus888 3rd Aug 09, 10:03 PM
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    Can you freeze cooked duck?
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    • 3rd Aug 09, 10:03 PM
    Can you freeze cooked duck? 3rd Aug 09 at 10:03 PM
    Can cooked duck be freezed? ive never done it before and wanted to know if i could or should we just eat it tomo. thanks x
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    • dzug1
    • By dzug1 3rd Aug 09, 10:07 PM
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    • 3rd Aug 09, 10:07 PM
    No reason why not. My reference book says it may dry out a bit and recommends freezing in gravy but that's the only caveat.
    • focus888
    • By focus888 3rd Aug 09, 10:13 PM
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    Thank you thats great x
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    • By dronid 3rd Aug 09, 10:28 PM
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    • 3rd Aug 09, 10:28 PM
    I've just frozen whole cooked one for cassoulet next week!

    I could make it better myself at home. All I need is a small aubergine...

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  • wyebird
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    • 4th Aug 09, 12:18 AM
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    • 4th Aug 09, 12:18 AM
    I often freeze duck leftovers for soup and chinese pancakes
    • piglet6
    • By piglet6 4th Aug 09, 2:05 AM
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    • 4th Aug 09, 2:05 AM
    Yep, I'm another one who freezes duck - the meat is a little "greasier" than some others, and I find this helps to keep it moist when freezing...although freezing in a gravy would probably be no bad idea, as it would give a ready made "sauce" when de-frosting...

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  • Trinny
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    • 4th Aug 09, 3:16 PM
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    • 4th Aug 09, 3:16 PM
    Hi there

    I also freeze leftover duck - if we have it for Sunday roast - then its leftover roasted meat. its good reused once thawed in strong flavoured sauces - like sweet and sour or plum sauce - asian style with rice.

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    • focus888
    • By focus888 5th Aug 09, 12:41 PM
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    • 5th Aug 09, 12:41 PM
    Thanks everyone for their replies. Just curious is there any type of meat that shouldnt be frozen? just to be safe thanks again x
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