Reynolds Kitchens Freezer Paper Plastic Coated



Here's why we love Reynolds Kitchens™. Fold: Center food on the shiny side, leaving wide margins around it for folding. Bring up two sides over the food and fold them down together in a 1-inch fold. Wrap: Continue folding in narrow folds until the paper is wrapped tight against the food. Seal: Turn the package over and press out the air. Then fold the ends toward the food until the package is tight. Seal with freezer tape, and store it 'til you cook it! Write the date and what's inside on the dull side. So you know what you're keeping nice and fresh. Freezer storage time chart. Freezer temperature must always be at 0°F or lower. Beef ... 6 to 12 months. Ground meats ... 3 to 4 months. Fresh pork ... 3 to 6 months. Sausage ... 1 month. Frankfurters ... 1/2 to 1 month. Chicken ... 9 to 12 months. Turkey, whole ... 6 to 12 months. Fish, lean ... 6 months. Veal ... 6 to 9 months. Lamb ... 6 to 9 months. Duck, goose, whole ... 5 to 6 months. Venison & game ... 6 months.



Reynolds Kitchens™ Freezer Paper Plastic Coated. Great for freezing meat. 16 2/3 yds. x 18 in. 6.96 m2 / 15.2 m x 457 mm. 75 sq. ft.

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More reasons we love Reynolds Kitchens™. Art & crafts: Feed your creative spirit: Use for sketching, drawing, and painting, or making banners for school events and get-togethers. Quilt appliques: Draw out a stencil on the freezer paper, pin to fabric, cut, and press-a super easy way for crafters to create quilt appliques. Everyday, everywhere: Keep your house mess-free-line shelves, drawers, and counters or lay down to protect work surfaces. 100% Recycled Paperboard®. Unconditional guarantee: Our unconditional guarantee offers complete satisfaction or your money refunded. To Contact us: Write: Reynolds Kitchens, P.O. Box 85583, Richmond, VA 23285-5583. Call: 1-800-433-2244. For more delicious recipes & cooking tips explore © 2016 Reynolds Consumer Products LLC.


Caution: Cutting edge is sharp. Avoid contact. Paper not intended for cooking. Do not use in a conventional oven.