We always freeze it, we always then have some in stock. We buy fresh
meat too and freeze that to have it in stock.
We have also stopped buying small joints of meat too. We buy the much
bigger joints now and cut them down to our needs, then freeze them. It
avoids the need to seek out a perfect size for our needs.
Yes but I get three months' worth at a time. It's really good bacon as
well. No water has been injected. When I used to get supermart bacon a
load of water would come out when I cooked it, sometimes 30% of the weight.
I think it really depends upon what it is. Bacon defrosted I am fine
Bread seems to be variable or perhaps the technique we use is. She buys
a loaf, opens it then splits it into four slices, which she re-bags and
quick freezes it. Sometimes it defrosts nice and fresh, sometimes there
are dry parts - maybe her bagging is not a complete enough seal, or it
opens in the freezer?
For toast, we just put the frozen bread straight in the toaster.
On Friday, 15 May 2015 20:13:03 UTC+1, Dennis@home wrote:
I have, and they're not as good as fresh.
However I don't know anywhere that sells *fresh* peas.
Several-days-old and rather limp peas, yes, at silly prices, but not squeaky-crisp and fresh-from-the-plant peas, no.
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