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  • @Masya If you vacuum seal it that would be okay for long term storage but it needs to be vacuum sealed as the humidity inside a freezer and even a fridge is pretty high. Once it has been opened though and exposed to humidity it would need to be used pretty quickly.

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    Hi Jonathon.

    Is there any issues with storing the seasonings long term in the freezer?

    I live in the Republic of Panama and our coldest winter day is still 95F with the humidity ranging from 70 - 100 %. It is a tropical rain forest after all.

    Things like sugar and salt, even in supposedly sealed bags and containers turns into a brick within weeks.


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  • @cannon-bob You don’t ever really “need” a binder but we would recommend using one. Whether you are making a skinless product or not I would still use one as it helps the texture and prevents it from drying out too much. But if you want to make it without it that should be fine too, it just might not have the best texture/consistency.

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