Store Empty Containers in Freezer

I like to freeze many of the vegetables from our garden, however I don't have cabinet space to store the empty containers. My solution to this dilemma is wash and dry the empty containers then return them to the freezer until I need them again. Stacked in the freezer, they consume very little space and I never have to hunt for a container and lid when I need one.

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November 4, 20140 found this helpful

Clever and useful idea, you've got my vote! :)

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August 3, 20150 found this helpful

Good old zip lock bags. Various sizes allow for portion control. I may blanch and freeze several pounds of carrots in portions then put them in a large zip bag to keep them together. Rather than use marker on the bag I'll slip a piece of paper inside naming the product and date it was frozen.

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October 7, 20170 found this helpful

Rather than storing empty plastic containers in freezer fill them w water and store full. It costs less to run a full freezer than empty one

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