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Re-Heating Leftovers #8811874 03/03/23 02:49 PM
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I saw this video and though I would post it. I started using this method of re-heating foods several years ago. The microwave sucks at re-heating BBQ and other meats. You can use a freezer bag if you don`t have a vacuum sealer bag. I`ve warmed up pulled pork after being in the freezer for 6 months using this method and it takes like it just came off the smoker.


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I’ve been doing this also. It really does come out like fresh cooked.

I don’t mind microwaving single servings for lunches at work etc. though.


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Hmmm...I'm gonna have to give this one a try.

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It works, do that often.


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yep, I have done the reheating in water but I usually just go with the microwave on power level .5 to prevent drying it out


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Air fryer works better than anything Ihave ever used


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Microwaves are for making popcorn.


Originally Posted by unclebubba
Just to make sure that it is done thoroughly, I go both ways.

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Vac sealed brisket heated in water is almost better than fresh. Same with ribs


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