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OT: Can you refrigerate unused canned biscuits?
Posted by: Dennis S
Date: January 04, 2006 05:07PM
I have a can of 8 and only need to use 4. Will they be OK in a Ziplock bag in the fridge or does some sort of countdown start after the can is popped?
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Re: OT: Can you refrigerate unused canned biscuits?
Posted by: NewtonMP2100
Date: January 04, 2006 05:41PM
you mean like the Pillsbury ready to bake ones? you probably can but not too long because they will dry out.

Better to bake them all and once cooked they will last longer.



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Re: OT: Can you refrigerate unused canned biscuits?
Posted by: Jack D.
Date: January 04, 2006 05:59PM
Bake them and then freeze em again. Just re-heat in the oven.



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Re: OT: Can you refrigerate unused canned biscuits?
Posted by: Racer X
Date: January 04, 2006 07:22PM
you would have leftovers?

if I had hot biscuits in front of me, the only thing left over would be the empty jam container....
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Re: OT: Can you refrigerate unused canned biscuits?
Posted by: Gutenberg
Date: January 04, 2006 07:53PM
Better still, bake them all, put the ones you don't eat in the fridge and then split and toast them for breakfast. Beats a Pop Tart every time.
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Re: OT: Can you refrigerate unused canned biscuits?
Posted by: Racer X
Date: January 04, 2006 08:20PM
I like a nice hot tart first thing in the morning.....
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Re: OT: Can you refrigerate unused canned biscuits?
Posted by: Paul F.
Date: January 04, 2006 09:36PM
Hot tart..cool tart...
As long as there's tart available... grinning smiley






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