Refrigerating pecans is the best way to retain their fresh color, aroma, and flavor over extended periods of time. Storing pecans in a refrigerator also protects them from potential insect infestation. Pecans purchased from Priester's Pecans may be refrigerated or frozen in the bags they are packaged in.
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Do your homemade pecan pies fall apart and crumble when you slice and serve? We have the answer! From our kitchen to yours, this video will show you how to cut a pie and slice the perfect piece of pecan pie, every time!