Using Frozen Vegetables

Category Vegetables
Many vegetables can be frozen for future use. Often freezing will change the texture of the veggie, even if it is blanched, resulting in choosing other uses for them than those favored if served fresh. Some such as peas, beans, and corn whether freezing better than squash, as an example.
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November 3, 2011

My husband and I were preparing to cook a bag of frozen peas, and decided we didn't want to use the whole 1 pound bag. My husband pulled out a 1 quart freezer bag to put the original bag of peas in before using any.

My husband counts carbohydrates, and I count calories. This tip allows us to easily see the nutrition numbers the next time we get out the peas to cook, and also save money on our groceries in the process.

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July 22, 2014

This is a page about using frozen onions. Getting your fresh, garden or market onions chopped and frozen can save you waste, time and teary eyes.

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December 15, 2013

This page is about using frozen cabbage. When frozen, the texture of all vegetables changes whether blanched or not.

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October 18, 2011

This is a page about using frozen tomatoes. Freezing tomatoes is a great way to save them for use later. However, if you have a lot of them you will need to figure out what you want to do with all those frozen tomatoes.

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