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Storing Vacuum Sealed Vegetables

After you vacuum seal your vegetables, do you have to freeze them?

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You probably already know that some vegetables, such as lettuce, should not be frozen. Cooked veggies can be refrigerated if they are consumed within 3 or 4 days. If you freeze veggies, they should be prepared in a certain way, depending on the veggie. Here is a link to a freezing guide for vegetables.
www.gardenguides.com/416-freezing-vegetables.html

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