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Freezing Cooked Green Beans

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Even if your green beans are fully cooked they can still be frozen for longer storage. These would be good to use in future stews, soups, or casseroles. This is a guide about freezing cooked green beans.
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March 11, 20120 found this helpful

Can you freeze fresh cooked green beans and red potatoes?

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March 11, 20120 found this helpful

Don't know about red potatoes but I know you can freeze cooked green beans. My mother and I just defrosted her freezer and there was a bushell of beans in it. She did mention they had been in the freezer so long they were only good for stew and she threw out most of them (she hardly ever makes stew). If I remember right it looked like they were just cooked, as in for canning, put in a ziplock bag and frozen. She did the same thing with some stuffed peppers but there were some peppers in seal tight containers (like they sell ham and other deli meat in).

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