(Storage time of 3-4 months)
Spaghetti or rice dishes
Lasagna (with meat or vegetables)
Soups (lentil, split pea, black bean)
Stews (beef, veal, vegetarian)
Chili (lean beef or chicken)
(Storage time of 1-2 months)
Whole Grain Muffins
Whole-wheat waffles or pancakes
Some foods do not freeze well and do not retain good quality after thawing. These include: cabbage, celery, lettuce, parsley, radishes, cooked egg whites, cream or custard fillings, milk sauces, sour cream, cheese or crumb toppings, mayonnaise, salad dressing, gelatin, and fried foods. Depending on the meal you’re freezing, some of these items can be added in fresh after heating up your batch.
Here are some tips to remember as you start implementing your regular Big Batch Weekends.
Article created on: 3/25/2004
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