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Want to learn some great tips for storing and freezing wrap sandwiches? Here, see tricks for making sure they stay fresh!See Transcript
Transcript:Storing and Freezing Wraps Tips
Hi, I'm Stephanie Gallagher for About.com, and today. Wraps are one of the best shortcuts available to busy cooks. You can use tortilla wraps for making everything from sandwiches to individual pizzas.
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Now typically, flour tortilla wraps that are bought from the store will last anywhere from 14 to 60 days if they're stored in the unopened package, but check the page to be sure. If the wraps are refrigerated when you buy them, they should stay refrigerated. Do not store refrigerated wraps in a pantry.For longer storage - as long as six months, you can also freeze tortilla wraps. Since air and moisture are the enemy of frozen foods, you want to wrap them tightly in plastic wrap and a zipper-sealed plastic freezer bag for best results.
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Then let the tortillas thaw at room temperature or in the refrigerator until soft.Your sandwich wraps will then be ready to use to make everything from turkey bacon apricot wraps to pizza wraps.
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