21 Foods You Didn’t Know You Could Freeze

6. Buttermilk for baking


7. Flour


Like many foods, flour lasts longer in the freezer. Surprised? Maybe not. But have you been keeping flour in your pantry all this time? That’s what we thought. Most bakers prefer to keep their flour frozen, as cold ingredients make for a flakier pastry crust.

8. Organic peanut butter


9. Eggs without shells


Crack your eggs and store them (without shells) for six to eight months in bags or in ice cube trays for use in recipes or for scrambled eggs. Just let them thaw in the fridge before using.

10. Cooked rice and pasta


Freezer meals are nothing new, but you may be surprised to learn that you can also save time by cooking large batches of plain pasta or rice at once and freezing it in individual portions for later use. When you’re ready to eat, sprinkle with a bit of water and heat it up in the microwave.


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