How do I freeze things for a long time without my food developing freezer burn? Please advise.
Make sure there is no moisture clinging to the outside of the item(s) you are going to freeze. Now, vacuum seal the bag until all the air has been removed. Machines that will vacuum seal for you are available everywhere.
Vacum seal them properly, but be sure that it is a good seal.
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