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Freezing seitan is no problem. Just putting it in the fridge it OK too (for a few weeks).

You can cook it whenever you want, however you want- or even eat it frozen if you wanted to.

It's not contaminated with the same dangerous pathogens as meat is, so there's not much risk. I wouldn't leave it outside (in a warm environment) for more than a day or two, because then it might start growing something (like mold), but as long as you keep it cool (or frozen) before you cook it you should be OK

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Originally Posted by SuicideBlonde View Post

I froze homemade seitan before and it was just slightly more chewy.
How long was it frozen for?

Maybe it got a little dehydrated, or the ice crystals did something similar to what they do to tofu.

I think tofu is almost better after it's been frozen
 
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