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Can you freeze roasted root vegetables?

  1. possum lover profile image56
    possum loverposted 15 months ago

    Can you freeze roasted root vegetables?

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  2. Terrielynn1 profile image91
    Terrielynn1posted 15 months ago

    Yes you can. I use a vacuume sealer, then they last longer.

    1. possum lover profile image56
      possum loverposted 15 months agoin reply to this

      My wife says that's good, and you are now in line for the best answer. Of course you are the only person that has taken a minute out of your time to answer my question. Thank you Terrie

    2. Terrielynn1 profile image91
      Terrielynn1posted 15 months agoin reply to this

      Your welcome. I do canning too. If you have more questions ask away.

    3. possum lover profile image56
      possum loverposted 15 months agoin reply to this

      Thanks Terrie I will,  and I'm also following you now here on the Hub pages.

    4. Terrielynn1 profile image91
      Terrielynn1posted 15 months agoin reply to this

      I just wrote a new hub on the subject. Check it out. Thank you for the idea.

    5. possum lover profile image56
      possum loverposted 15 months agoin reply to this

      That's great Terrie, and I'm heading on over to  check out your brand new hub right now.

  3. Don Bobbitt profile image93
    Don Bobbittposted 15 months ago

    Sure you can. One of my wife and my favorite cooking habits is to roast a chicken and place a bunch of carrots, celery, onions, radishes and other fresh vegetable along with some water and herbs. Then when the chcken is done, so are the vegetables. There are always more than we can eat so we freeze the leftovers for use with another meal.
    DON

    1. possum lover profile image56
      possum loverposted 15 months agoin reply to this

      Good deal Don! Thanks.

  4. connieow profile image78
    connieowposted 15 months ago

    You can freeze just about anything.  For longevity, I have seen suggestions to steam or par boil, in other words cook less than you would if you were to eat them immediately. 

    Here is a terrific resource with further information: http://www.motherearthnews.com/real-foo … bz1309zstp

    This is one of my many go to places for learning. 

    Enjoy.

    1. possum lover profile image56
      possum loverposted 15 months agoin reply to this

      Thank you Connie for your answer, and the link to the Web site.

 
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