5 things you didn’t know you could freeze


Eggs without shells can be frozen for a year. Separate the yolk and whites, which can be frozen in airtight containers. 


Most veggies can be blanched and frozen. Keep a pot closed and boil them for 5 minutes. 

Drain them in icy water for 5-10 minutes, then store them in resealable containers and freeze!


Peel, cut, and soak each teaspoon of garlic in a teaspoon of olive oil. In an airtight container or ice tray, these can be frozen.


Freezing avocados is straightforward. Slice or mash them, put them in a sealed bag or container, and freeze. 

However, freezing changes their textures. Instead of eating them uncooked, freeze them to use as ingredients.


Different fruits require different care. They can be pureed and frozen in ice-cube trays for a fast smoothie, or vacuum-sealed in bags.


Cheese might become crumbly after freezing, so cook it after thawing. If you store cheese chunks or grate it in sealed packages, it can be frozen.


Just seal your bread in one or two layers of bags! Freezing them extends their lifespan to months rather than days.

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