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(#5308176) 8 Thanksgiving Leftovers You Can Store in the Freezer and 3 You Can't
Posted by HeartOnFire on 20 Nov 2021 at 10:47PM

8 Thanksgiving Leftovers You Can Store in the Freezer and 3 You Can't:

Can Freeze:
1) Turkey meat - up to 2 mos. remove meat from bone, slicing will help to defrost evenly, pour a bit of gravy over meat so it will retain it's moisture.
2) Turkey Carcass - up to 2 mos. If you can't make stock within a couple of days, seal in a heavy-duty freezer bag. Can use later to make turkey stock for soups.
3) Mashed Potatoes - up to 1 yr. Freeze in dollop portions on baking sheet until solid, then freeze in freezer bag or airtight container.
4) Sweet Potatoes up to 1 yr. Freezes well, whether you're freezing roasted potatoes or a casserole. Marshmallows and crumbles don't freeze well, add fresh when reheating sweet potatoes.
5. Some Gravies - up to 4 mos. Flour-based gravies can be frozen, milk-based gravies will separate when defrosted. Seal in the smallest airtight container.
6) Cranberry Sauce up to 2 months. Both homemade and store-bought sauces, even canned, can be frozen. Leave headspace in jar, sauce will expand during freezing.
7) Some Pies up to 2 mos. Most freeze well, especially apple, pecan, and pumpkin. Fluffy pies, like chiffon and mousse don't freeze well. Defrost slowly in refrigerator, the texture may change slightly.
8) Stuffing up to 1 mo. Stuffing is quite resilient, go ahead and freeze in a tightly sealed bag. After defrosting, toast stuffing on a baking sheets to refresh texture.

Don't Freeze:
1) Baked and twice-baked potatoes
2) Green bean casserole
3) Salads
These items do not freeze well, go ahead and eat them within a couple of days.

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5308330Re: 8 Thanksgiving Leftovers You Can Store in the Freezer and 3 You Can't Lil Red21 Nov 2021 8:25AM
53081768 Thanksgiving Leftovers You Can Store in the Freezer and 3 You Can't HeartOnFire20 Nov 2021 10:47PM

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