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REBECANOLA Posts: 3,285
4/9/14 9:03 P

They'll thaw in the fridge, but they might produce a little water. I tend to put frozen veggies in with my lunch, then heat it all up at one time.

BHENDRICK2 Posts: 870
4/9/14 3:05 P

i usually get the steam in bag kinds so very little liquids in them

LILSPARKGIRL Posts: 2,740
4/9/14 2:19 P

I just put the frozen ones in - they do have a higher water content so if I am using them I usually just put them in a contain and drain after they defrost before using.

RIET69 SparkPoints: (47,087)
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4/9/14 1:55 P

I would not boil them. They will defrost and cook when you heat up your dinner.

ALGEBRAGIRL Posts: 1,905
4/9/14 12:39 P

I'm interested in the answer to this also. I parboil my frozen veggies (cook them briefly in boiling water and then drain) and store them in the fridge to be used during the week.

B4IAM30 SparkPoints: (891)
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4/9/14 12:21 P

I bought containers to make ahead a week of food, or at least 4-5 days worth, for smaller meals thru the day. My quick question is this:

i bought frozen veggies to put in these meals. some will be frozen and some will be in the fridge. do i need to boil any of the veggies? or just put them i nthe containers for the fridge. they'll thaw in the fridge??? just wondering. thanks.



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