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Freezing food portions.

Postby CrimsonThunder » Sat Oct 24, 2009 10:43 pm

One thing I find really hard to do is eat a correct portion. I think its because I cook a large amount so I've thought about freezing food.

Anyone else do this? Just looking for a bit of info. :)

What kind of containers would I use? I want a few small ones, for example when I make spaghetti bol I'll make enough to feed four or more people so I'll need a few small containers to fit in the freezer, but then again I also need them to be able to get used in the microwave. Preferably ones from coles, wollies, cheap as chips ect would be best!

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Re: Freezing food portions.

Postby Shalimar » Sun Oct 25, 2009 9:09 am

Heaps of place have cheap containers, as you said try cheap as chips, the warehouse, the reject shop and I see youre in SA so check out Foodland as well. Just check on the bottom of the container or the lids and make sure you take the lid off while using them in the microwave :wink: .

Harris Scarfes is another good place to check out.

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