How to properly prep, store and freeze holiday leftovers

How to properly prep, store and freeze holiday leftovers

11/27/2020 4:00:00 AM

How to properly prep, store and freeze holiday leftovers

Alejandra Ramos takes the guesswork out of storing and freezing holiday leftovers with her expert tips, tricks and techniques.

Maximize room in your freezer by storing liquid items flat in freezer bags. Fill and seal bags (allow some room for liquid expansion when frozen), then lay flat on a baking sheet. Stack with additional filled bags, then freeze at least four hours or until solid. You can then store them on their sides in a container to keep them organized and easy to grab.

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The best way is don’t do it. You got a couple days to eat what you can, then throw them shits away. Another shit story guys Just saying