Homemade Breakfast Burritos - Freezer Friendly - Budget Bytes (2022)

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I’m a huge proponent of batch cooking and stocking your freezer with portioned meals that you can just grab-reheat-and-go! Not only are these make-ahead freezer breakfast burritos a great answer to the “I’m too busy to make breakfast” conundrum, but for someone who loves breakfast for dinner as much as I do, these burritos make a fast and easy anytime meal. #brinner

Originally posted 1-9-2011, updated 3-15-2020. You can download the original version here.

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What Can I Add to Breakfast Burritos?

I kept my breakfast burritos super simple with just eggs, cheese, sautéed peppers and onions, and cooked ham, but this is another wonderfully flexible recipe. You can skip the ham to make them vegetarian, or switch them up with any of the following ingredients:

  • Meat (cooked): bacon, breakfast sausage
  • Vegetables: hash browns (cooked), avocado, green onion, jalapeño, pickled red onions, spinach
  • Beans: black beans, hummus
  • Cheeses and Sauces: Monterey jack or pepper jack, cotija, feta, taco sauce (sparingly), salsa (thick type, not a watery variety), guacamole

I do not suggest adding sour cream to your breakfast burritos because sour cream doesn’t hold up well to freezing and thawing. Instead, serve sour cream on the side for dipping after reheating.

How Long do Breakfast Burritos Last?

I always suggest using up your frozen food within three months for best quality. Frozen goods slowly lose moisture and develop freezer burn over time, so while you may get longer freezer life out of them, the quality will slowly diminish the longer they are stored. So, make sure to label and date everything that goes in your freezer! :)

How to Reheat Frozen Burritos

You’ll have the best results if you let the burrito thaw in the refrigerator overnight or until they are no longer frozen solid in the middle. Reheating from the chilled state instead of straight from the freezer takes less heat and makes it easier to reheat without overcooking the egg. Reheating from a refrigerated, non-frozen state can be done in the microwave (1-2 minutes on high), or in a skillet over medium-low heat until the tortilla is nice and crispy and the insides are heated through. A toaster oven is also a great option, although I don’t own one so I was not able to test the cooking time needed.

If you do need to reheat straight from the freezer, I suggest using the defrost function on your microwave fist for 3-5 minutes to help defrost the inside, before microwaving on high for 1-2 minutes. Cooking times in the microwave will vary depending on the wattage of your microwave.

How to Prevent a Soggy Freezer Burrito

Overcooking eggs during reheating is probably the biggest culprit of a soggy breakfast burrito. As eggs continue to cook, the protein molecules seize up and squeeze out water. So, to prevent the eggs from expelling a ton of liquid, reheat only until the burritos are warmed through.

Another culprit is using ingredients that contain a lot of water. Avoid using salsa that are very watery, and if using high-water content vegetables, just make sure to sauté them first to remove some of their moisture.

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Freezer Friendly Breakfast Burritos

Make ahead breakfast burritos are an easy reheatable and portable breakfast meal prep idea. Including options for vegetarian or other add-ins! BudgetBytes.com

Author: Beth - Budget Bytes

Prep Time: 20 mins

Cook Time: 30 mins

Total Time: 50 mins

Servings: 8

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Ingredients

  • 8 oz. cheddar ($1.69)
  • 1 yellow onion ($0.32)
  • 1 bell pepper ($1.00)
  • 2 Tbsp butter, divided ($0.26)
  • 2 pinches salt and pepper ($0.05)
  • 1 lb. cooked ham ($3.75)
  • 12 large eggs ($2.79)
  • 8 large flour tortillas (burrito size) ($1.39)

Instructions

  • Begin by preparing all of the filling ingredients for the breakfast burritos. Shred the cheddar, if not purchased pre-shredded.

  • Dice the onion and bell pepper. Add the onion and bell pepper to a large skillet with ½ Tbsp butter and sauté over medium heat until the onions are soft and translucent (about 5 minutes). Season the bell pepper and onion with a pinch of salt and pepper. Transfer the bell pepper and onion to a bowl.

  • Dice the ham, then add it to the skillet with another ½ Tbp butter. Sauté the ham over medium heat until it is browned (about 5 minutes). Transfer the ham to a separate bowl and clean the skillet.

  • Crack 12 eggs into a bowl and lightly whisk. Add the last tablespoon butter to the skillet and heat over medium. Once the skillet is hot, spread the butter to coat the surface, then pour in the whisked eggs.

  • Push the eggs in toward the center of the skillet as they set on the bottom, until most of the eggs have set, but the eggs still look moist. Do not over cook the eggs or they'll become dry. Season the eggs with a pinch of salt and pepper.

  • To assemble the burritos, add a scoop of scrambled eggs to the middle of each tortilla, then top with a scoop of cooked bell pepper and onion, a handful of cheese, and some of the cooked ham.

  • To roll the burritos, first fold the tortilla up from the bottom, then fold in the sides, and then finish rolling the burrito up until it has closed. Wrap each burrito in parchment paper using the same folding and rolling method (bottom up, sides in, finish rolling up). Label each burrito on the parchment paper or on masking tape

  • Transfer the wrapped burritos to freezer bags, label and date the bags, then place in the freezer.

To Reheat Breakfast Burritos

  • Transfer the breakfast burrito to the refrigerator the day before to thaw. Once thawed, microwave on high for 1-2 minutes, or heat in a skillet over medium-low, about 5 minutes on each side, or until the tortilla is crispy and the insides are warm.

  • To reheat from frozen, use the microwave's defrost setting for about 5 minutes, then microwave on high for 1-2 minutes, or until heated through.

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Nutrition

Serving: 1 burritoCalories: 670.26 kcalCarbohydrates: 55.55 gProtein: 39.69 gFat: 37.98 gSodium: 1434.13 mgFiber: 4.23 g

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Prepare all the components of the breakfast burritos before assembly. Shred one 8oz. block of cheddar cheese (or whatever flavor cheese you prefer–pepper jack is also awesome in these!).

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Dice one onion and one bell pepper. You can use any color bell pepper, I just happened to have an extra orange pepper, so I used that. Add the pepper and onion to a skillet with ½ Tbsp butter and sauté over medium until the onions are soft and translucent. Season the peppers and onions with a pinch of salt and pepper, then transfer them to a bowl.

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Dice one pound of cooked ham. Add the ham to the skillet with another ½ Tbsp of butter and cook over medium until the ham is browned. Transfer the cooked ham to another bowl. Clean out the skillet.

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Whisk one dozen eggs in a bowl. I like to only lightly whisk my eggs because I enjoy some ribbons of whites and yolks in my scrambled eggs. You can use less or more eggs, if you prefer, but using 12 eggs for 8 burritos will give you 1.5 eggs per burrito, which I find to be a good compromise between budget and quantity.

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Melt the remaining tablespoon of butter in the skillet over medium heat. Once the butter is melted and the skillet is heated, pour in the whisked eggs. Gently push the eggs in toward the center of the skillet as they set on the bottom, until most of the eggs are set, but they still look moist. Avoid over cooking the eggs or they will become dry. Season the scrambled eggs with a pinch of salt and pepper.

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Now that all the components are prepared, it’s time to start assembling the burritos. You can do this one at a time, or lay out all eight tortillas and do them together if that makes it easier for you to divide the ingredients evenly between all eight. Begin with the scrambled eggs.

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Next, add a scoop of the cooked peppers and onions, and a handful of shredded cheese.

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Finally, add some of the cooked ham to the breakfast burrito (or leave it out if you want to make plain egg and cheese burritos).

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To roll the breakfast burritos, first roll up the bottom, then fold in the sides, and then finish rolling up from the bottom until it is closed.

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Place the rolled breakfast burrito on a square of parchment paper, then use the same rolling technique to wrap it in paper (bottom up, sides in, then finish rolling up). Label your breakfast burrito (I used sharpie on the parchment, but you can also do masking tape and then write on that).

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Then place your wrapped breakfast burritos in freezer bags, label the bags with name and date, and transfer to the freezer. For reheating instructions, refer to the text above the recipe card for options.

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And then pat yourself on the back because you have amazing breakfasts prepared and ready to go! (serving suggestion: salsa or sour cream for dipping).

FAQs

What should I wrap my burritos in to freeze? ›

Wrap aluminum foil tightly around each burrito, covering it completely. Place in resealable plastic bags in a single layer. Remove as much air as possible from the bags before sealing. Store in the freezer until ready to reheat.

How do you freeze breakfast burritos so they don't get soggy? ›

No one wants a soggy breakfast burrito! To keep yours from getting soggy, make sure that the filling is room temperature before rolling the burritos. Roll them tightly to keep out the moisture then wrap them in plastic wrap followed by a sheet of aluminum foil.

How much does it cost to make a breakfast burrito? ›

These Make-Ahead Breakfast Burritos are crave-worthy and great for busy mornings. They're freezer-friendly and filled with sausage, hash browns, peppers, eggs, and cheese. This recipe makes eight servings for just $0.90 per serving. The entire recipe costs just $7.16 to make.

How do you freeze breakfast burritos without foil? ›

To freeze, wrap burrito in paper towel after you fold it. Then wrap it tightly in plastic wrap before placing in freezer. To re-heat, remove plastic wrap and microwave in paper towel.

Can I freeze homemade burritos? ›

Transfer the wrapped burritos to a freezer-safe plastic container or bag. Store in the freezer for up to 6 months (but ideally use within 3 months, or else they might have some freezer burn and off flavors). Reheat the burritos: To reheat a large burrito, unwrap from foil and place on a microwave-safe plate.

Can I freeze burritos in parchment paper? ›

Wrap up in parchment paper. Place the parchment-wrapped burritos in a 1 gallon freezer bag and place in the freezer to store for up to one month. To Reheat: Remove the frozen burrito from the freezer. Unwrap from parchment paper and wrap the frozen burrito up in a damp paper towel.

How long do homemade burritos last in the freezer? ›

Burritos can be frozen for around 3 months. There are some ingredients that you should avoid loading your burritos with if you plan to freeze them. You will also need to make sure they're tightly wrapped and protected from freezer burn.

Do burritos freeze well? ›

Wrap them well.

I reheat several in one sitting usually. An alternative means of wrapping is to wrap each one individually in foil or plastic wrap and then store the whole lot in a freezer bag. This method is particularly helpful if you're going to pack a few burritos for work or school.

Why are my frozen burritos soggy? ›

If the filling is way too hot when you add it to the burrito, it can cause the tortillas to become soggy. Pre-cook the veggies. Veggies release a lot of moisture as they cook. If you pre-cook the veggies, you can rid them of any excess moisture before adding them to the tortilla.

How do you wrap a burrito so it doesn't get soggy? ›

Try to avoid too many wet ingredients, such as an excess of dressing or sauce. If possible, you want to use fewer wet ingredients because moisture can eventually make your wrap soggy and fall apart. If you're not eating it right away, wrap it in foil. Foil is strong enough to help the wrap hold its shape.

How do you defrost breakfast burritos? ›

Place on a microwave-safe plate and cook on HIGH for 1 minute, until hot in the middle, flipping halfway through cooking. Oven method: Remove the plastic wrap and wrap each burrito in foil. Place on a baking sheet and bake in a preheated 350-degree oven for 10 to 15 minutes, until hot in the middle.

How much should you put in a burrito? ›

When it comes to how much you put in, “less is better,” according to Hankins. Too much inside and you not only dilute the flavors but also risk a burrito that breaks or sheds filling with every bite. Try to limit your filling to 1½ cups for a 10-inch tortilla, Better Homes & Gardens says.

How much does it cost to make burritos? ›

They also analyzed burritos (yum!) and found that it costs restaurants just $2.02 to make a standard burrito with meat, while you're stuck paying $9, a markup of 346 percent. A deluxe burrito, which uses a more expensive meat such as steak, has a smaller markup at 158 percent.

How long do frozen breakfast burritos last? ›

Storage: Frozen burritos can be stored in the freezer for up to 3 months.

How long are homemade breakfast burritos good for in the fridge? ›

Breakfast burritos are not only delicious and filling when they are fresh, they keep in the fridge for about 4 days and in the freezer for up to 3 months.

How do you wrap a burrito in parchment paper? ›

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How do you reheat frozen homemade burritos? ›

In the oven
  1. Preheat your oven to 400 to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Remove the parchment paper from your frozen burrito if there is any.
  3. Cover the burrito with aluminum foil.
  4. Place it on a cookie sheet and put it at the center of the oven.
  5. Bake for 35 to 40 minutes.

Can you freeze burritos with avocado? ›

A little cheese: I'm a HUGE believer of cheese in burritos. I've added a bit, but know you don't have to if you don't want to. Avocado: Healthy fats are essential to brain health and fueling your body. And yes, I freeze the burritos with avocado in them because I don't mind it warmed up with everything.

Can you freeze flour tortillas? ›

You can freeze both corn and flour tortillas. Freezing is an excellent way to extend tortillas' shelf life and allows you to make last-minute tacos al pastor, burritos, fajitas, quesadillas doradas, taquitos, or chicken enchiladas. To prevent freezer burn, keep tortillas tightly sealed in their packaging.

Is wax paper or parchment paper better for freezing? ›

While both are kitchen must-haves, parchment paper is better for high heat cooking like baking, while wax paper is better for storing meat and desserts in the freezer.

Does parchment paper prevent freezer burn? ›

Conversely, you would not want to use parchment paper for freezing food because its lack of a coating would not protect your food well enough, or lock in the moisture needed to keep meats fresh. The bottom line is: think parchment paper for heat, and freezer paper for cold temps and maintaining freshness.

Is parchment paper the same as freezer paper? ›

Freezer paper is thick paper with a plastic or wax coating on one side. It differs from parchment, which has no wax coating, and wax paper, which has a wax coating on both sides.

Can you freeze sour cream? ›

If you have extra fresh sour cream and don't want to waste it, you can freeze it. While freezing it will result in undesirable changes to its texture, you can add frozen or frozen and thawed sour cream to a number of recipes, such as baked goods and soups.

Can you freeze egg wraps? ›

egglife wraps can be frozen up to 3 months. To prepare, thaw your package of egglife in the refrigerator overnight. We recommend heating the wraps on a skillet for 10-15 seconds after thawing or blotting with a paper towel to eliminate any excess moisture.

How do you keep breakfast burritos warm for a crowd? ›

Oven: Preheat oven to 350˚F. Bake foil-wrapped breakfast burritos for 15-20 minutes until heated through. Serve immediately. Slow Cooker: Bake the breakfast burritos in the oven as directed above and then place foil-wrapped burritos in a slow cooker on the warm (or lowest setting) to keep them warm.

Is it safe to freeze food in aluminum foil? ›

Freezing food in aluminum foil is safe, and economical, and is an approved way (by both the USDA and FDA) to store foods for up to a year in a deep freezer. Freezing food in aluminum foil properly can keep frozen foods fresh and free from freezer burn.

What is freezer burn? ›

What Freezer Burn Is. Freezer burn is a term for the moisture lost from frozen food. It's what happens when meat left in your freezer for a long time loses moisture and begins to look discolored or shriveled. The surface may be covered in ice crystals.

Can you freeze cooked rice? ›

A: Yes, you can safely freeze any leftover cooked rice so that you can eat it at another time.

How long do you cook frozen burritos for? ›

Oven option: this is where the tin foil comes in real handy! Preheat oven to 350ºF. Place frozen burrito(s) in the oven fully wrapped in tin foil. Bake for 30-40 minutes or until the burritos are thawed and hot.

How do you store freezer burritos? ›

Place each burrito seam side down on individual sheets of aluminum foil and wrap before storing them in the freezer. I like to date and label mine with a plain black Sharpie, so I know how long they've been sitting in the freezer.

Can I air fry frozen burritos? ›

Can you make a frozen burrito in air fryer? Absolutely! Cooking frozen burritos in an air fryer makes for a fast breakfast, lunch, or dinner. You can make El Monterey burritos in the air fryer, or any of your favorite burrito brands.

How do you fold a homemade burrito? ›

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Can I make wraps the night before? ›

Packing lunch is so much easier when you can make it in advance. Sandwiches may get soggy, but wraps can be made a few days in advance and wrapped in plastic wrap to stay fresh.

What's the best way to fold a burrito? ›

How to properly fold a burrito. - YouTube

How do you freeze scrambled eggs? ›

Scrambled eggs are easy to freeze, and they taste great when reheated! We like to cook them so they're slightly runny, which helps them retain a soft texture when they're warmed through. Let your scrambled eggs fully cool before packing them into individual portions in freezer-safe bags.

How do you reheat a Homemade burrito? ›

Preheat the oven to 225F. Remove your burrito from the refrigerator and wrap loosely in aluminum foil. This will help heat it faster and stop the burrito from drying out. Put the wrapped burrito in the oven for around 30 minutes.

How long do burritos last in the fridge? ›

Burritos don't last very long in our household, but they can stay in the refrigerator for 3-4 days, or in the freezer, wrapped, for about three months.

How do you layer a burrito? ›

The assembly order matters, too. To keep the cheese melty, proceed from hot to cold. On top of the line of melted cheese, pile the beans, then the rice, then the meat, then the sauces, ending with the crema. Keep everything constrained to one horizontal line down the middle of the tortilla.

What's the difference between a wrap and a burrito? ›

Generally, wraps are served cold while burritos can be served hot or cold with its filling wrapped in a tortilla and is folded just like a wrap. Burritos usually have rice and/or beans, along with numerous other ingredients. A wrap is like a cold burrito although the sizes can vary.

How do you wrap a burrito in foil? ›

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What do you put first in a burrito? ›

You need the largest tortilla you can find for this -- I use 10-inch. Next, cover the midsection of your tortilla with a layer of beans and your cheese of choice. Spoon on some rice, chopped cabbage, a sprinkle of cilantro, and then a generous drizzle of salsa. That's the fill.

Do you put rice in burritos? ›

Rice – while it's optional, adding rice into your burrito can make it extra filling and provide a bit more texture. Use cooked white rice or swap for brown rice if you're looking for some more nutrients. 6.

What makes a burrito taste good? ›

Some of the most common spices used to flavor Mexican food are cumin, chili powder, bay leaf and other zesty spices. You should make sure your pico, meat and guacamole that is found in your burrito all have ample spices to give your burrito flavor.

How much should food mark up be? ›

The industry standard for food costs is 28% to 32% of a menu price, according to research by Baker Tilly. That means the markup should be at least 200%, but for a daily special it could be much higher.

What is the average markup for restaurant food? ›

Average Markup of Food for Restaurants. The food industry abides by a cost-to-menu price standard, which is 28% to 32%. This means that for any given menu item the restaurant should charge at least double.

Can I freeze burritos in parchment paper? ›

Wrap up in parchment paper. Place the parchment-wrapped burritos in a 1 gallon freezer bag and place in the freezer to store for up to one month. To Reheat: Remove the frozen burrito from the freezer. Unwrap from parchment paper and wrap the frozen burrito up in a damp paper towel.

How do you defrost breakfast burritos? ›

Place on a microwave-safe plate and cook on HIGH for 1 minute, until hot in the middle, flipping halfway through cooking. Oven method: Remove the plastic wrap and wrap each burrito in foil. Place on a baking sheet and bake in a preheated 350-degree oven for 10 to 15 minutes, until hot in the middle.

Do burritos freeze well? ›

Yes, you can freeze burritos. Burritos can be frozen for around 3 months. There are some ingredients that you should avoid loading your burritos with if you plan to freeze them. You will also need to make sure they're tightly wrapped and protected from freezer burn.

How long do homemade breakfast burritos last in the fridge? ›

How long do breakfast burritos last in the fridge? Burritos don't last very long in our household, but they can stay in the refrigerator for 3-4 days, or in the freezer, wrapped, for about three months.

Is wax paper or parchment paper better for freezing? ›

While both are kitchen must-haves, parchment paper is better for high heat cooking like baking, while wax paper is better for storing meat and desserts in the freezer.

Does parchment paper prevent freezer burn? ›

Conversely, you would not want to use parchment paper for freezing food because its lack of a coating would not protect your food well enough, or lock in the moisture needed to keep meats fresh. The bottom line is: think parchment paper for heat, and freezer paper for cold temps and maintaining freshness.

Is parchment paper the same as freezer paper? ›

Freezer paper is thick paper with a plastic or wax coating on one side. It differs from parchment, which has no wax coating, and wax paper, which has a wax coating on both sides.

How do you reheat frozen homemade burritos? ›

In the oven
  1. Preheat your oven to 400 to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Remove the parchment paper from your frozen burrito if there is any.
  3. Cover the burrito with aluminum foil.
  4. Place it on a cookie sheet and put it at the center of the oven.
  5. Bake for 35 to 40 minutes.

Can you air fry a frozen breakfast burrito? ›

All you need to do is place the frozen breakfast burrito inside of your fryer basket and cook it at 350F for 15 minutes. You don't need to defrost the burrito at all, just put it in the air fryer frozen. Once it has cooked, carefully remove it from the air fryer basket and plate it.

How do you keep breakfast burritos warm for a crowd? ›

Oven: Preheat oven to 350˚F. Bake foil-wrapped breakfast burritos for 15-20 minutes until heated through. Serve immediately. Slow Cooker: Bake the breakfast burritos in the oven as directed above and then place foil-wrapped burritos in a slow cooker on the warm (or lowest setting) to keep them warm.

Is it safe to freeze food in aluminum foil? ›

Freezing food in aluminum foil is safe, and economical, and is an approved way (by both the USDA and FDA) to store foods for up to a year in a deep freezer. Freezing food in aluminum foil properly can keep frozen foods fresh and free from freezer burn.

Can you freeze burritos with avocado? ›

A little cheese: I'm a HUGE believer of cheese in burritos. I've added a bit, but know you don't have to if you don't want to. Avocado: Healthy fats are essential to brain health and fueling your body. And yes, I freeze the burritos with avocado in them because I don't mind it warmed up with everything.

Can you freeze flour tortillas? ›

You can freeze both corn and flour tortillas. Freezing is an excellent way to extend tortillas' shelf life and allows you to make last-minute tacos al pastor, burritos, fajitas, quesadillas doradas, taquitos, or chicken enchiladas. To prevent freezer burn, keep tortillas tightly sealed in their packaging.

Should I freeze or refrigerate breakfast burritos? ›

As you stuff each breakfast burrito, wrap it up in foil or food paper, label with the ingredients & date and pack everything into a large zip bag for easy storage in your fridge or freezer. Breakfast burritos can last up to a week in the fridge and up to a month in the freezer.

Can you freeze scrambled eggs and sausage? ›

Once eggs are cooked, mix with cooked sausage and salt and pepper to taste. Cool completely and freeze in a small container or zip-top storage bags. Or store in a large bowl in the refrigerator and use within a few days. I defrost overnight in the refrigerator and reheat in the microwave as needed for breakfast.

How long will an egg wrap last in the fridge? ›

Once you have opened the pack, storing your wraps inside a ziplock bag is a good idea. This helps to keep them fresher for longer. Either way, aim to finish them within seven days from opening. They may still be perfectly fine to eat after this, but we can only guarantee the best taste for those seven days.

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