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basic question

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PF
(dblhelix01@nospamaol.com) on
Sun, Dec 16, 01 at 16:26

What foods don't freeze well? I want to try the once a week cooking to save time, BUT I don't want to sacrifice taste and texture. Are there web addys for site that list this king of info? TIA


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I think most anything freezes well. I find things with lots of cheese or milk are okay but not as good as originally made.


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Potatoes do not freeze well. I would not freeze a stew with potatoes or a shepherds pie. The taste and the texture of the potatoes changes for the worst. Ann.


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PF: This link has some information that might be useful to you. Hope it helps. Ann.

Here is a link that might be useful: Freezing


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Generally potatoes do not freeze well, but mashed potatoes prepared with milk, butter etc. do just fine. I do this all the time. I know some folks freeze hash browns and partially cooked french fries, but I don't much care for the frozen ones.


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