10 Foods You Didn’t Know You Could Freeze
Dinner is over, and half of the food that you cooked was not eaten. So what do you do? Hopefully, you don’t throw it away because that would be a total waste. Stop tossing perfectly good food, and throwing away foods after their expiration date – just freeze it.
I’m sure we have all been there before - we went to the supermarket, saw a great sale and stocked up on an item. But how on earth are you going to eat all of those grains by their expiration date? Luckily for you, grains can be stored in the freezer for up to six months.
Freezing your food is one of the best ways to preserve it. Keep your corn on the cob fresh for an entire year in the freezer, put your leftover potato chips in a bag and place them in the freezer to keep them crispy and even freeze cloves of garlic. They will stay fresh for a few months.
Always make sure you wrap your foods properly, seal them tight so that no air can get through the bag.
Stop feeling guilty about being so wasteful and start freezing your foods. Here are a few foods you didn’t know you could freeze.