Last week I posted a huge article titled Freezer Cooking 101 – Everything you need to Freezer Cook Like a Pro. Freezing foods is a great way to buy things on sale and preserve them for later. Most foods can be frozen with no problems. It is important to note that some foods need preparation before being placed in the freezer. Other foods don't freeze well under any circumstances.
MEAT, POULTRY, and SEAFOOD:
Almost all produce can be frozen. Here are some that freeze particularly well. Make sure to follow prepping directions here for best results.
PRODUCE THAT YOU CAN FREEZE (but only in certain circumstances):
PRODUCE THAT CAN BE FROZEN in syrup packs:
NUTS, SEEDS, AND GRAINS:
These items do very well in the freezer. Because of their high fat content they would go rancid sooner if you only stored them at room temperature. The freezer helps preserve them for months longer than the pantry.
UNCOOKED DOUGHS, BATTERS, AND PASTRIES:
Tips to make dinnertime easy with COOKED FOODS THAT FREEZE WELL
(Make sure to cool completely in the fridge before freezing.)
You can learn more about how to prepare foods for freezing and some great tips here on Freezer Cooking 101. What foods would you add to this list?