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Join the Freezer Cure

One of my favorite sites, The Kitchn, is hosting a Freezer Cure this month to help folks clean out, organize, fill, and best use the ice box.

I have the honor of serving as their resident expert on freezer cooking. I’ll be posting almost every day over there, so hop on over to read and chat about the topics I’m covering.

If you’ve got burning questions about some aspect of cooking to freeze, let me know in the comments here and I’ll add that to upcoming topics I tackle.

Thanks so much to all of you who’ve already purchased my book, Not Your Mother’s Make-Ahead and Freeze Cookbook. If you’ve read it, please hop on over and leave a review. I promise it will help you cook up some good stuff for the kitchen.

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  1. Glad you are encouraging freezer use, mine are an essential tool for my life. I will offer my favorite tip for organizing a chest freezer. I keep meats, vegetables, fruits, etc. organized in separate brown paper grocery bags. I use one or more bags for ground meats; one for steaks, chops and roasts. Then additional bags for veggies, fruits, meals or whatever. This keeps them grouped together and if they are getting low, I can pull the bag part way up to reach the bottom. Cardboard boxes would work also, but for my freezer the bags fit the space available perfectly. They sit on the bottom under the basket that sits on the top which holds things that need to be used first. This has really helped me keep things organized and avoid unidentified or lost items. I tend to buy things in bunches and either separate older items in separate sacks or rotate new items to the bottom of the bags so the older is used first. I look forward to your articles. Thanks for your efforts to help.

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