Results for - Foods You Should NEVER Put in Your freezer

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It's been said before that a stocked freezer is the best and easiest way to win in the kitchen. And that's true (most of the time). But there are a handful (well, a couple of handfuls) of foods that get strange when frozen and then defrosted. What foods are you familiar with that should not be frozen?

1. It's been said before that a stocked freezer is the best and easiest way to win in the kitchen. And that's true (most of the time). But there are a handful (well, a couple of handfuls) of foods that get strange when frozen and then defrosted. What foods are you familiar with that should not be frozen?

Cheese: Soft cheeses such as ricotta, goat, or cream cheese tend to separate when frozen and thawed.
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Fried Food: Unless soggy is your thing, keep these suckers away from the cold.
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Whole Eggs: Eggs can expand when frozen, causing the shell to crack and potentially let bacteria in.
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Coffee: The coffee can get ruined. Thawing and refreezing yields condensation on the beans which causes them to absorb freezer smells.
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Most Dairy: Cream, buttermilk, yogurt, sour cream, and custard all separate and curdle in the freezer.
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Some Produce: Produce that has a high water content (cucumbers, watermelon, lettuce) gets limp and soggy when frozen and defrosted.
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Cooked Pasta: Cooked pasta turns into a mushy puddle of gluten after it's frozen.
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Fresh Herbs: Try to thaw a bunch of fresh herbs from frozen and you'll be left with a brown, soggy mess.
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Potatoes: When was the last time you craved a soft, grainy potato?
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Avocados: The texture of avocados changes when frozen, so you can kiss that silky interior goodbye.
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Sauces Thickened With Flour or Cornstarch: Thickened sauces like gravy and b├ęchamel separate when frozen and thawed.
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I am familiar with all of them.
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Be honest, have you tried freezing any of these food items?

2. Be honest, have you tried freezing any of these food items?

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Were you familiar with any of these frozen food facts before reading this survey?

3. Were you familiar with any of these frozen food facts before reading this survey?

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Does this make you more aware of what to freeze food-wise?

4. Does this make you more aware of what to freeze food-wise?

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10/20/2015 Products 1657 39 By: SmokeyandBandit
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