Dear All, I freeze ALL KINDS of produce. The only thing that has ever given me trouble is raw potatoes, but baked potatoes are just fine. I use fold-&-close sandwich bags into which my aide places 1/2 c of veggies that she has just cut. Then we put all the baggied into a zip-lock gallon bag, that we label. I keep whole the baked potatoes, lemons, & limes. I freeze in water herbs in an ice-cube tray, then put the cubes into a labeled zip-lock quart bag. I freeze stock the same way, in an ice-cube tray. (It's about 2 T). I freeze whole eggs the same way, BTW. I have a BIG bag of produce leavings like the core of a cauliflower or teh roots of green onions/scallions. I have enough now that I'll be making stock out of the bag's contents, & then making a mushroom & barley soup with that stock. It should be yummy! BTW, wrapping all the bag's contents in cheesecloth makes it MUCH easier to "drain" the stock.
Yours in Him, Deb
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Yours in thrift, Deborah