Salami is a delicious and popular type of Italian sausage. The best way to store salami depends on how it will be used.
If the salami has been cut into slices, then you can freeze the individual slices in airtight containers for up to six months without any negative effects to their quality.
One thing to note is that freezing food can lead to an increase in salt levels, which may result in over-salting when served cold. If the salami is not sliced, you can freeze it in its original package.
The best way to prevent freezer burn and ice crystals from forming on your meat is to wrap tightly with aluminium foil before placing it into a plastic bag or sealable container for storage.
When storing un-sliced salami, avoid stacking packages directly on top of each other as they may stick together when frozen since they are made out of primarily fat that will melt at low temperatures.
Troubleshooting: You might want to consider wrapping meats (especially ground beef) in saran wrap if freezing overnight so the juices don’t leak onto other foods. This prevents spoilage and food poisoning caused by bacteria growth during this time period.