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Freezing Soups For Later

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I love to cook large batches of soups, whether it's bean soup, chicken and rice, vegetable or stuffed cabbage "stoup" and freeze in individual portions. Then I can grab a bowl out of the freezer to take for work when there's no leftovers. Stops me from making last minute poor choices.

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  • Do you freeze them in baggies! - by DAISYBELL6
  • MARYLQ11
    I do the same thing---chili also - by MARYLQ11
  • Thanks for the idea! I take left overs to work for lunch, or often but frozen meals. This will be a big help and money saver! emoticon - by MOMMABZR
  • I use 2 cup plastic bowls with twist lids. Can usually get them in 3 packs for $3.00 at the grocery store, and they are microwave and freezer safe. - by WINSCHO
  • Thats a great idea thank you!!! emoticon - by SUNRISE14
  • I do the same with soup. I'm the only one in my family who likes soup, so I freeze it in small containers and get to eat it all. It also travels well to work. - by LAURELSPARK

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