Freezing Sweet PotatoesThis is a page about freezing sweet potatoes. You can shop of sweet potatoes when they are in season at the farmer's market or on sale at the super market. Now that you have a good number of this tasty tuberous root crop, consider freezing some for later use.
Freezing Fresh Peas in the Pod?Can I pick peas and freeze them in their pods straight from the garden?
Freezing PotatoesCooked potatoes work best for freezing. Fresh potatoes can be frozen but the texture is often altered. Potatoes are often frozen in the form of french fries, shredded potatoes and diced potatoes. This is a page about freezing potatoes.
Freezing LeeksLeeks are a good candidate for freezing for future use, just follow a few simple steps to clean and prepare them first. This is a page about freezing leeks.
Freezing Brussels SproutsThis is a page bout freezing Brussels sprouts. Freezing Brussels sprouts is a great way to preserve their freshness.
Freezing CabbageThis is a page about freezing cabbage. Cabbage can go bad quickly once it is past it's prime. Preserve it for use later by freezing your cabbage.
Can I Freeze Corn in the Husk?Can corn be frozen in the husk?
Freezing GarlicThis is a page about freezing garlic. Freezing garlic can be accomplished as cloves, a whole head, or minced, but it can lose some of it's texture and flavor during freezing.
Freezing CeleryOften when we buy celery at the market there are leftovers. Although it will no longer be crisp, celery can be frozen to use in cooking.
Using Frozen TomatoesThis 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.
Freezing ArtichokesThis is a page about freezing artichokes. If you need to store artichokes for use later, freezing is a great way to accomplish that.
Freezing Water ChestnutsIf you will not be using all of the water chestnuts you purchased in your recipe, freeze the rest for later. This is a page about freezing water chestnuts.
Freezing Cooked CabbageThis is a page about freezing cooked cabbage. Once cabbage has been cooked it can still be frozen for later consumption.
Freezing Green TomatoesAt the end of the season don't waste those unripe tomatoes. Freeze them for future use. This is a page about freezing green tomatoes.
Defrosted Carrots Are Watery?I stored my carrots in the freezer using polythene paper with no holes. After defrosting them, they were watery. Are they safe to eat? How can I dry them and store them?
Freezing CucumbersThis is a page about freezing cucumbers. If you have extra cucumbers this season, you don't need to let them go to waste. You can freeze them and use them later.
Freezing Red PotatoesFreezing your crop of red potatoes involves a few steps but the harvest can be enjoyed for months once you have prepared the potatoes and frozen them. This is a page about freezing red potatoes.
Freezing ChayoteThis is a page about freezing chayote. Chayote squash can easily be frozen by following a few simple preparatory steps.
Using Freezer Burned VegetablesVegetable that have been freezer burned are perfectly fine to use but their flavor may be a little off. Using freezer burned vegetables is just like using any frozen vegetables.
Freezing Breaded ZucchiniBy breading sliced zucchini and frying it until the coating is just beginning to harden, but has not browned yet, you can freeze it for later meals. This is a page about freezing breaded zucchini.
Freezing Bell PeppersThis is a page about freezing bell peppers. Freezing bell peppers is a great way to preserve their freshness and color.
Freezing Turnips or ParsnipsThis is a page about freezing turnips or parsnips. Whether you have a late harvest or found a good sale at the market, these vegetables can be easily frozen for later use. When freezing them selection is the first step. Then follow a few simple steps to prepare them for the freezer.
Freezing Pinto BeansThis is a page about freezing pinto beans. Often when cooking beans it is more convenient to make a large pot. The leftovers can be easily frozen for future meals.
Freezing PumpkinsThis is a page about freezing pumpkins. Freezing pumpkins allows you to use them as an ingredient throughout the year. When thawed, the pumpkin can be used in many recipes like pies and soups.
How Do I Freeze Purple Sprouting Broccoli?How do you freeze purple sprouting broccoli?
Freezing CarrotsThis is a page about freezing carrots. Having some of your frequently used ingredients all ready to go when cooking can save time. With just a few simple steps you can freeze carrots for use later.
Freezing Snow Peas (Sugar, Chinese, or Sugar...This is a page about freezing snow peas (sugar, Chinese, or sugar snap peas). Freezing is a good way to preserve the overflow of your garden pea crop.
Freezing Hash BrownsMaking your own hash browns at home is easy. You can freeze them and cook them later too. This is a page about freezing hash browns.
Freezing RhubarbThis is a page about freezing rhubarb. Preserve your rhubarb harvest for use later in the year by storing it in the freezer.
Freezing Hot PeppersThis page is about freezing hot peppers. Whether freezing jalapenos, chili, Habanero, cayenne, or Thai peppers, they are great for those spicy dishes year round.
Freeze Your Cabbage For Rolls?We started freezing whole heads of cabbage for bulk cabbage rolls. Why do some of the heads of cabbage discolour when thawing? They are a dark horrible looking colour, but when cooked are fine.
Freezing Swede (Rutabaga)?Can you freeze swede (rutabaga)?
Freezing ZucchiniThis is a page about freezing zucchini. Storing a bumper crop of garden zucchini in the freezer is a great way to preserve it for cooking in the cold winter months.
Use Muffin Tins to Freeze Shredded ZucchiniIf you grow zucchini, you may have some extra that you would want to freeze. Use a muffin tin to freeze your shredded zucchini into small portions. This is a page about use muffin tins to freeze shredded zucchini.
Freezing Green BeansThis is a page about freezing green beans. Green beans can grow in abundance in your garden. If you need to keep some for later, freezing a great way to do that.
Freezing Uncooked Potatoes?Some cooks rinse the potatoes in water and vinegar, then blanch prior to freezing. These steps will help keep the potatoes from turning black when frozen. This is a page about freezing uncooked potatoes.
Freezing CauliflowerWhether you are a gardener or just found a good price at the market, freezing is a good way to preserve your excess cauliflower for later use. This is a page about freezing cauliflower.
Freezing Radishes?This is a page about freezing radishes. Many gardeners will have excess radishes during their growing season. Freezing is an option although the texture does change somewhat.
Freezing Cooked Cabbage?Can steamed cabbage be frozen?
Preparing Corn on the Cob in Advance?I'm having 130 people for a BBQ. I would like to prepare the corn on the cob days in advance. Can I husk, butter and season, wrap in foil and freeze for two days prior to the affair? I will then cook it in a convection oven.
Freezing FennelThis is a page about freezing fennel. If you find yourself with an abundance of fennel, freeze it for later use.
Blanching VegetablesThis is a page about blanching vegetables. Certain vegetables benefit from blanching prior to freezing. Blanching can help preserve the flavor, texture, color, and nutrient content of vegetables.
Freezing Sweet PotatoesLast Fall, I experimented with freezing different vegetables. My aim was to cook food ahead and have individually frozen portions ready to thaw, heat and serve. My carrots and baby Lima beans turned out well. I am especially pleased with my sweet potatoes.
Freezing MalangaMalanga (Xanthosoma Sagittifolium) is a root vegetable, popular in Carribean cuisine. In the same family as taro root, malanga must be cooked before being eaten or frozen.
Using Frozen VegetablesMany 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.
Puree and Freeze Excess VegetablesPureed and frozen veggies can be added to future recipes, adding nutrients, flavor, and sometimes a bit of color. They can also sometimes be used to replace some of the liquid called for in a recipe. This is a page about puree and freeze excess vegetables.
Freezing Cooked Green Beans?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 page about freezing cooked green beans.
Freezing Cooked Vegetable Burgers?Preparing vegetable burgers ahead of time and freezing them for later use is a great way to have them handy for when you need a quick meal. This is a page about freezing cooked vegetable burgers.
Freezing String BeansIn the past, I only canned string beans until I found that they are also good frozen. The taste and texture is different but they are really good sauted in a little olive oil, salt, pepper and garlic powder.
Freezing Red PotatoesWe planted a row of red potatoes in our garden. I finished digging them up and prepared them for freezing. This is my first time freezing potatoes. I'm hoping to use them in several different recipes. Wish me luck.
Removing Excess Moisture from Zucchini Before Freezing?It is a good idea to remove excess moisture from your zucchini prior to freezing for a better result when using it later. This is a page about removing excess moisture from zucchini before freezing.
Freezing TomatoesThis is a page about freezing tomatoes. If you are unsure what to do with a bumper crop of tomatoes, freezing them is an excellent way to preserve them for later in the year.
Freezing Banana Peppers?This is a page about freezing banana peppers. A bumper crop of banana peppers leaves you with the task of finding ways to preserve them for later use.
Freezing Tomatillos?It is nice to find ways to enjoy this vegetable all year long. This page is about freezing tomatillos.
Freezing Kohlrabi?This is a page about freezing kohlrabi. A good way to preserve kohlrabi is by freezing.
Freezing Kale?This page is about freezing kale. A nutritious leafy, green vegetable that can be preserved by freezing.
Freezing GreensBy following a few simple steps you can successfully freeze young, tender greens. This is a page about freezing greens.
Freezing Acorn Squash?This is a page about freezing acorn squash. You can freeze your excess harvest of acorn squash for future use.
Freezing SquashThis is a page about freezing squash. Squash is often in abundance in the home garden.
Freezing Swiss ChardThis is a page about freezing Swiss chard. Swiss chard can be frozen for later usage much the same as other greens.
Freezing Butternut SquashThis squash can keep for quite awhile, but sometimes you may need to freeze some. This page is about freezing butternut squash.
Freezing Mashed PotatoesThis is s guide about freezing mashed potatoes. Whether you have leftovers or want to make a large batch, freezing mashed potatoes is a good method of saving them for later use.
Freezing Green OnionsThis is a page about freezing green onions. Freezing green onions is a good way to always have some on hand when cooking.
Freezing Field Peas (Black-Eyed Peas)This is a page about freezing field peas (black-eyed peas). If your field pea crop was particularly bountiful, you probably will want to freeze some for future use.
Freezing CornThis is a page about freezing corn. Whether you dealing with a bumper crop from your garden or there was a great deal at the super market, freezing your extra corn will ensure you have some to add to meals later when you need them.
Freezing SpinachThis is a page about freezing spinach. Spinach can be stored in a number of ways. Freezing your spinach will preserve it for use in later dishes.
Freezing PeasThis is a page about freezing peas. Peas can be preserved in a number of ways but freezing is the easiest and most popular method.
Freezing EggplantsThis is a page about freezing eggplants. Whether you are growing them or just stocked up from the market, freezing eggplants is a good way to preserve them. Freezing them when fresh will keep them flavorful and ready to use later.
Freezing Vegetables Tips and TricksThis is a general guide about freezing and storing vegetables. Most vegetables can be frozen which preserves them for later use and saves you money.
Freezing OnionsStoring onions in the freezer is a good way to preserve them before they go bad or start to put out green shoots, and makes cooking with them quick and easy. This is a page about freezing onions.
Freezing BroccoliThis is a page about freezing broccoli. Frozen broccoli is a handy addition to your dishes or as a side vegetable. Whether you grow it yourself or pick up a deal at the market, it is a great to have your freezer.
Freezing BeetsThis is a page about freezing beets. If you have more beets than you can use right away, freezing them is a great way to preserve their freshness.
Freezing Asparagus This is a page about freezing asparagus. Canning and pickling asparagus are popular ways of storing asparagus but it can be frozen as well.
Freezing OkraThis is a page about freezing okra. Okra is an essential ingredient for making Creole style gumbo, or even turkey gumbo after Thanksgiving. Fresh okra do not keep for very long, so freezing young tender okra provides some for future cooking.
Making Frozen French FriesThis is a page about making frozen french fries. French fries are very popular with kids, but can turn out soggy, not crisp, if not baked or fried correctly. This page contains tips for making tasty frozen french fries.
Freezing Runner Beans?I have a glut of beans from my new allotment and it would be a pity to compost them. How do I freeze them?
Freezing Broad Beans?Can I freeze broad beans?
Freezing Uncooked Potato Chips?How do you freeze uncooked potato chips to use in a restaurant? After two days, they start to change colour?
Freezing Coleslaw?I would like to know if you can freeze store bought coleslaw mixes?
Freezing Uncooked Potatoes?Can you give me some tips on how to freeze potatoes for roasting or chipping please?
Freeze Blended Celery and OnionsI don't use a lot of onions or celery, so I found them going bad before I could use them. It's much more expensive to buy smaller quantities, you are just paying for someone else to do the chopping when you buy it already cut up.
How Do You Freeze Turnips?How do I freeze turnips?
Blanching Corn?How do I blanch corn?
How Do I Freeze Eggplant?How can you freeze eggplant without ruining it?
How Do I Freeze Pumpkin? How do I freeze pumpkin?
Freezing Spaghetti Squash?Can you freeze spaghetti squash?
Does It Make a Difference if I Don't Blanch Corn Off the Cob?What is the difference in blanching fresh corn off the cob before freezing it versus freezing it without blanching it?
Freezing and Cooking With Eggplant?I have a good size crop of eggplant this year. I'd like to freeze it for later on, but I don't want to bread and fry it all. Does any one have suggestions on how to do it up? What have others done?
Can I Bread Cucumbers Before Freezing?Can you bread cucumbers before freezing them?
How Long Should I Blanch Zucchini Before Freezing?How long should I blanch zucchini to freeze my harvest?
Blanching and Freezing Cut Up Beets?I peeled and cut up my beets for freezing and then saw that they should be cooked ahead of time, then peeled, and cut up, blanched, etc. So, how do I go about blanching, cooling, and freezing them?
Calculating the Amount of Frozen Vegetables Needed for One Year?How many lbs of green beans should I freeze for a family of 3 for 1 year?
How Do I Freeze Corn From My Garden?How do you freeze corn after you have picked it?
How Do I Freeze Cauliflower?How do I freeze cauliflower?
How Do I Freeze Sugar Snap Peas?How do I freeze sugar snap peas?
Can I Freeze Garden Fresh Potatoes?Can you freeze potatoes from the garden?
Can I Freeze Potatoes?I would like to know how to freeze potatoes?
Freezing Baked Jacket Potatoes?After baking a jacket potato I then freeze them, but on defrosting and then reheating I find that they are black or brown inside. Can anyone tell me why?
Freezing Potato Chips?Can I freeze potato chips?
Prep and Freeze Veggies for Scrambled EggsI like to freeze chopped bell peppers, in little sandwich bags to put in eggs when I make them.
Refreezing Tomatoes?I have frozen tomatoes to use in sauce; if I don't use all the sauce can I refreeze it with those tomatoes?
Should I Blanch Corn?How important is it really, to blanch corn on the cob for a full six minutes, prior to freezing? Normally, when I cook corn on the cob for a meal, I only cook it for 2 minutes and let it stand for 10 minutes off the burner. The corn is crisp and tender at the end of the time.
Freeze Bell PeppersWhen sweet peppers are on sale, I buy different colored ones, chop them up and freeze them on a cookie sheet. When frozen, I put them in a freezer container.
Can I Freeze Cherry Tomatoes?How do you freeze cherry tomatoes?
Freezing Winter Squash?Can I freeze acorn or winter squash?
Freeze Extra Veggies for LaterWhen you have leftover fresh carrots, celery and others veggies from parties or maybe are just sick of eating them before they'll spoil, try this. Chop them up, give them a quick dip in boiling water and vacuum seal them.
Freezing Fried Squash?Can I fry my summer squash and onions, let them cool and then freeze them? Then they will be ready to eat when they thaw out. Will they still taste ok? Has anyone tried this? I don't want to do this if they won't taste good.
Boilable Bags for Freezing Asparagus?Where does one get the boilable bags that are mentioned for freezing asparagus?
Storing Frozen Vegetables?What is the best way to store frozen veggies? Should they be cooked or uncooked? I would like to save them for soups etc.
Freezing Scalloped Potatoes?I would like to know if you can freeze scalloped potatoes. I do make mine low fat; I use non fat milk, butter buds and sometimes I use unflavored soy milk or unflavored rice milk. You can't even tell the difference.
Blanching Brussel Sprouts?Do you have to blanch brussel sprouts before freezing them? I was so excited when I found out on here that I don't have to blanch broccoli. Now I am wondering if I have to blanch brussel sprouts. I hope not.
Freezing Mashed Sweet Potatoes?Can mashed sweet potatoes be frozen?
Freezing Sprouts?How do I freeze sprouts?
How Do I Freeze Snow Peas?How do I freeze snow peas?
How do I freeze vegetables?How do I freeze vegetables?
Freezing Creamed Corn?Can you freeze creamed corn?
Keeping Chopped Onion on HandI chop an onion and keep it in the freezer inside a ziplock bag that is inside a freezer bag...
Save Money By Roasting Your Own PeppersIf you like roasted red peppers, but not the cost (the average jar runs around $3 and if you check, it only has about one pepper in it). At the end of summer when they are really cheap, about .99 lb or so, there is what you do...
Blanching VeggiesOur garden is producing very well this year! To keep up with production we decided to make our own frozen veggies. This is a great way to get fresh and frozen at the same time, with just a few steps.
Freezing TomatoesTomatoes will not be solid once thawed, but they do freeze well for use as sauces, juice, pastes or purées. Select firm, ripe tomatoes with deep red color.
Blanching VegetablesBlanching Vegetables. All vegetables contain naturally occurring enzymes. In some vegetables, unless these enzymes are deactivated with heat before the vegetable is frozen, the enzymes will continue to break down and age them even at freezing temperatures.
Freezing Turnips or ParsnipsA Guide to Freezing Turnips or Parsnips. Select small to medium, firm turnips or parsnips that are tender and have a mild flavor. Look for crisp green tops as an indicator of freshness.
Freezing PotatoesCooked potatoes make the best candidates for freezing. Raw potatoes can be frozen with mixed results, but may develop a watery or grainy texture during freezing.
Freezing ZucchiniA guide to freezing zucchini. Choose young zucchini with smooth, tender skin and a vibrant, dark green color.
Freezing Cooked Potatoes?Do potatoes cooked in a casserole freeze well?
Black Spots on Leaves of Frozen Cabbage?Last year I picked, blanched, packaged, and froze my cabbage. I then months later went to use it and there were black spots on the leaves. This has never happened to me before and I did not do anything differently. I'm wondering why this would have happened.
Saving Leftover Canned Beets?I have a large, 4 pound 6 ounce, can of whole beets. What would be an acceptable way to save the unused portion? I will not be using the remaining contents right away. Would freezing in a storage bag be okay?
Freezing Raw Sweet Potatoes?My daughter is on the AIP diet. She uses sliced sweet potatoes as bread. I am wondering if they can be sliced in advance and then fried up and then frozen. I was thinking of just slicing them and then freezing them, but I cannot find anywhere where it says you can freeze a raw sweet potato.
Freezing Carrots?Yesterday, I was given three pounds of carrots. I've never bought that much. I don't know what to do with them (until I get a new stove (ordered but not yet shipped)), I won't be making any carrot cakes.
Freezing a Whole Cauliflower?Can I freeze a whole cauliflower?