A freezer is a budget-savvy foodie's best friend. Think of it as a magic box that has the magic ability to freeze time (ha!) on your food's aging process, keeping it fresh for longer. This means that when certain foods go on sale, you can stock up and freeze what you can't immediately use, as well as preserve foods that you don't have time to finish before they go bad.
I know, I know. You already know this—you've been using your freezer for years. But hear me out. I mean, sure, you know all about freezing meat, popsicles, and those supermarket packs of frozen green peas, but did you know that your freezer is great for storing a laundry list of less obvious items? Read on for our list of less common freezer-friendly items. Read More »