Wednesday 28 September 2022 10:56 AM Sainsbury's urges shoppers to freeze EGGS which can extend their shelf life trends now
Cheese: Once grated, cheese can be stored in the freezer and easily added on top of dishes. Store in a reusable freezer bag or reusable container.
Yoghurt: Instead of letting leftover yoghurt go to waste, just pour onto a baking tray with non-stick baking paper on, scatter some leftover fruit across it and you’ve got yoghurt bark to snack on. Once frozen, the bark can be broken into large pieces and stored in reusable freezer bags.
Eggs: You can freeze raw eggs, just crack them individually into resealable containers. If you’re going to need just the yolks or whites for a particular recipe you can freeze the two separately.
Pineapple: When a whole fruit is larger than the portion you’re wanting to eat, freezing is a great way to reduce waste and save the rest for later. Chop up a pineapple into bite-sized chunks and freeze portions in reusable containers or reusable freezer bags.
Raspberries: Any kind of berry can be popped in the freezer, for easy adding into smoothies, cakes or crumbles. Store them in reusable freezer bags or reusable containers.
Grapes: Instead of letting leftover grapes go bad, freeze them to turn them into healthy alternatives to hard boiled sweets by eating them straight out of the freezer. Store snack-sized portions in reusable freezer bags or stacked in reusable containers.
Peppers: Slice a variety of peppers up and freeze them in reusable freezer bags – when making a stir fry or fajitas you can toss a mixture straight into the pan.
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