Cabbage freezes well and lasts anywhere from 9 to 14 months if packaged properly in the freezer. Unlike lettuce, cabbage will not become soggy or wilted if frozen. Freezing cabbage makes it possible to enjoy freshly harv... More »

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Cooked cabbage can be frozen, but it is best to undercook the cabbage just a little bit so that it can be reheated without causing an overcooked taste. Cooked cabbage can be frozen for up to a year if properly prepared a... More »

Cabbage rolls are simply cabbage leaves filled with a ground beef and rice mixture and topped with tomato sauce. After preparing the rolls, bake them in a 350 degree oven for approximately one hour. More »

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You can easily freeze peaches by blanching them, cooling them, peeling them and packing them in freezer bags or containers. You can safely store properly frozen peaches for eight to 10 months, according to Better Homes a... More »

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To freeze herbs, rinse them, pat them dry, freeze them briefly in a single layer in the freezer and then place them in storage bags. By first placing the herbs in a single layer on a pan and freezing in that manner, it p... More »

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Rolled fondant should never be stored in the freezer. Rolled fondant should also not be kept in the refrigerator or chilled. More »

To freeze shredded potatoes, blanch the shredded potatoes in boiling water, rinse with cold water, and store in freezer bags or containers. Shredded potatoes last for one year in the freezer. More »

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