Can I Freeze Prosciutto?

Can I Freeze Prosciutto?

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Emma Christensen
Jul 30, 2014
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Q: I have been given a large piece of prosciutto, and as there is only two of us, it is too big for us to eat at one time. I would like to know if it can be frozen or how else to keep it, and for how long?

Sent by Lucy

Editor: Prosciutto is a cured meat and will actually keep quite well for a few weeks in the fridge. I also think it would freeze fairly well, if needed — wrap it well to protect it from exposure to air and freeze for up to 3 months.

Readers, any other thoughts?

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