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 Can I make a pork loin ahead (the day before) and serve it the next day (Easter) without it losing it's moisture, etc.?

 No.

(We assume your "etc." refers to the fact that it is hot and aromatic and delicious when it comes from the oven. Our "No" covers those qualities, too.)

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