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Can I freeze homemade smoked mackerel pate?

Asked: Jean-franรงois Caplette, Date Created:

Can you freeze Smoked Mackerel Pate? Yes, I've successfully frozen this pate lots of times. I portion it up into small Tupperware containers like this: 200ml Lunchboxe Containers on Amazon. Then freeze until needed.

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