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Rather Boring Freezer Question

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TheWoollybacksWife Fri 19-Oct-12 19:48:08

Apologies if this is a really stupid question.

I am stocking up my freezer for snowmaggedon winter. I have some leeks, carrots and potato for soup but space is limited in the freezer so I would rather freeze the veg now and make the soup later.

Can I sweat the veg and then freeze them? I'm having flashbacks to my mum blanching half a hundredweight of cabbage for the freezer when I was small. Please don't say that I have to do that <blanching virgin>

DameMargotFountain Fri 19-Oct-12 19:51:38

can you make the soup with very little stock, so it's almost the consistency of sloppy mash, and freeze that?

i don't think carrots and potatoes freeze too well unless properly cooked

DameMargotFountain Fri 19-Oct-12 19:52:50

sorry, forgot this bit

freeze it in small portions then you add stock/cream/milk when you need to use it?

<books in to Woolly's house for winter>

TheWoollybacksWife Fri 19-Oct-12 19:53:46

Thank you I think I'll try that. To be honest it was the potatoes that I was worried about.

TheWoollybacksWife Fri 19-Oct-12 20:10:50

DH thinks I'm a loon for being prepared but OYBBK hasn't let us down yet grin

I watched her threads avidly for the last two snowy winters.

DameMargotFountain Fri 19-Oct-12 20:16:43

i like to have at least a weeks food in the freezer/cupboards at any one time in case of emergencies, not just weather but illness/if DD goes into one etc

nothing wrong with a bit of preparation wink

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