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|10-13-2011 02:06 AM|
Yep what I was thinking. It will go slimey and not be crisp when you dethaw it but wet. That's probally okay if you're going to cook it, as that's pretty much what cooking does anyway, but if you wanted to eat it like salad than I'd say a big ol' no.
|10-13-2011 02:01 AM|
|williams_john||Yes surly you can freeze .......... freezing is a good technique for store food...|
|10-12-2011 05:22 PM|
I will buy some tommorow and put it my freezer to find out for you.
Give me a couple of days and I will let you know what happens
|10-12-2011 03:04 PM|
|LilBigBug||I don't know if this works or not, but I've heard blanching it (boiling in water for about 3 minutes) helps.|
|10-12-2011 02:59 PM|
|IamJen||If you want to eat it like salad, I'd say definitely no. If you're going to reduce it for a recipe or sautee it, then it should freeze just fine.|
|10-12-2011 02:31 PM|
|krispex22||i bought some baby spinach in a bag from the grocery store like when you buy salad mix. can i freeze that and is there a certain way to do it so that it doesnt get freezer burnt. im definately not going to eat it in the next few days|