We like to buy whole, boneless New York strip and cut it down into thick steaks. We bought a bigger cut than usual and would like to freeze the remaining steaks we cut. What's the best way to do this? Wrap in plastic, then in a freezer bag? Also, when we're ready to cook the remaining steaks, how should we thaw them?
My main worry is that the meat was frozen when it got to the grocery, and we would be re-freezing it...but we'll see how it goes.
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