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Old 25-07-2008, 11:05 PM posted to rec.food.cooking
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Default Freezer bags or containers or vacuum pack?

Tamzen Cannoy wrote:

for non crushable foods like meat, etc the vacuum pack is the way to go.
No freezer burn. for fragile things like berries, freeze them first on a
single layer on a cookie sheet and then vacuum seal them after they are
solid. Food will last a LOT longer if you vacuum seal it. Things like
soups and stews, though you can simply put in a freezer bag and
eliminate all the air before sealing.


I'm already buying frozen food.... including berries...
my question is more abt busting big packs up into
smaller ones