Freeze Leftover Vegetables for Soups

Whenever I have leftover vegetables, especially when it is only a small amount, I put them in a 2 pint plastic container with a lid. I always keep this container on a shelf in my freezer, so it is very convenient. I keep adding vegetables no matter what kind they are, right on top of each other, and I always include the juice.

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When this container is full, I use it to prepare vegetable soup or stew. This saves me from having to clean out the old vegetables that end up not being used, and I don't have to spend money on more mixed vegetables.

By Bev from Longview, WA

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