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Yes you can. Just make sure it is sealed well in a freezer bag or container make sure all the air is pressed out. If you have one of those vacuum sealers they work very well to keep food fresh and free of freezer burn.
Yes, but if that is your intent then only cook it 75% and then freeze so that when you thaw and finish cooking it will be perfect and not mushy.
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