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  1. Kim says

    Hi Tori — I cannot wait to make this! It’s supposed to be rainy here this weekend, so this will be perfect. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe! 🙂

  2. Rachel Haus says

    Hi. I’ve always struggled with the floaters, so I’m going to try your recipe this year for Pesach. My question is, with a Sat night seder, I’m forced to make everything 1-3 days ahead. But I don’t have a whole lot of freezer space. Will they hold up if I simply refrigerate them rather freeze them?

    • Tori Avey says

      They should, yes, though I haven’t tried it so can’t say for certain. Just be sure to store them separately from the broth so they don’t get soggy. I wouldn’t make them more than 3 days ahead – 1 or 2 is better. And do make sure to cook them all the way through.

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