Can You Freeze Cooked Pork?

Answer

One can freeze cooked pork by wrapping it well and reheating it gently. It should be placed in an air tight container and can be kept in the refrigerator for about four days if raw and two more days longer if cooked. Pork is the culinary name given to meat from the domestic pigs and it is eaten in many countries.
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