Results 1 to 2 of 2
Thread: simple question
02-17-2003, 10:21 AM #1DeborahGuest
I flash freeze in Food Saver bags then seal and label. <<<
how do you 'flash freeze' - I see this often and don't know quite what it
Starcademy@aol.com wrote:I flash freeze in Food Saver bags then seal and label.
I lay the bags flat,
fold the end over a few times and secure with a clothes pin for a few hours.
In a message dated 2/13/2003 7:22:16 PM Central Standard Time,
> When preparing meals to fill the freezer what kind of containers are
02-17-2003, 12:28 PM #2SherylGuest
Re: simple question
Flash freeze just means to freeze quickly in individual pieces so you
don't have stuff in a clump. Usually you do it on a cookie sheet.
For example, if you have 10 chicken breasts in a package and you
freeze the whole thing, you'll have to thaw all 10 breasts at once.
But if you take them out of the original package and put them spaced
apart on a cookie sheet and partially freeze, you can put them back
in a freezer bag and only pull out 1 or 2 at a time as you need them.
Also, if you have soup,stew,or broth, you can freeze quickly into
a "brick", and remove it from the pan and wrap in a bag.
--- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Deborah <outadebt2003@y...> wrote:
> >>>Starcademy@a... wrote:
> I flash freeze in Food Saver bags then seal and label. <<<
> how do you 'flash freeze' - I see this often and don't know quite
what it means....