Reheating Your Meat

All of our food is sold frozen in vacuum-sealed bags, which allows for extended storage in either the refrigerator or the freezer, but also allows for very easy reheating in the bag. Simply boil water, reduce heat, and submerge. It’s like a hot tub for your dinner!

Instructions for reheating your frozen food:

1. boil a pot of water large enough to submerge your bagged meat
2. turn it to low and allow to settle down to a simmer*
3. drop in the sealed meat, cover, and continue to simmer for

15 minutes:
1 rack ribs, 1 lb of brisket, 1/2 chicken

20 minutes:
whole chicken, 1 lb of pulled pork

10 minutes:
pork tenderloin

Instructions for thawed food:

1. boil a pot of water large enough to submerge your bagged meat
2. turn it off
3. drop in the sealed meat and cover for:

15 minutes:
ribs, pulled pork, brisket, chickens

10 minutes:
pork tenderloin, half chickens

5 minutes:
smoked salmon

You can always remove your food from the bag and reheat it in a more traditional way, such as the oven or crockpot, etc.  Out here in the desert, we reuse the reheating water to wash the dishes after dinner.