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Freezing Potato Water for Later Use?

My favorite bread recipe calls for potato water. Has anyone tried to freeze potato water for a later use, such as an ingredient in homemade bread?

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By Carolyn from Clovis, CA

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June 4, 20090 found this helpful

I think it will be o k. I make my chicken broth & freeze it, add it to anything you like, good luck.

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June 14, 20090 found this helpful

I freeze potato water for bread and also as a base for vegetable soup. Just measure the amount called for in your recipe and when you thaw it out there will be no loss of extra. If you come up with an extra amount go ahead and freeze it, as the next batch can be added to it. Good luck! jsham/AR

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April 18, 20100 found this helpful

Yes, potato water will freeze and I always freeze mine if I don't use it for gravy. When making soup or stew, use potato water instead of tap water, much better flavor. And healthy too.

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