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Preserve food safely in San Bernardino County!
Fruits and Vegetables
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by Leslie Osburn
on September 3, 2018 at 10:46 PM
I love having stuff in the freezer so that I don't always have to cook. It's not hard to make extra when you're making it the first time. Thanks for the info links too Lauria!  
 
Les
Reply by Lauria Watts
on September 4, 2018 at 12:49 PM
Thank you Les. I will freeze leftover cooked meats, and leftover veggies are good for soups.  
 
If you cook/roast/barbeque spareribs and have leftovers, try freezing those. I swear, they are almost better than the first time. Wrap the frozen ribs in aluminum foil, put in a couple of teaspoons of water, seal tightly then heat till piping hot in an oven at "universal Mom temp", i.e. 350ºF. If they were a little tough the first time, they will be quite nice upon re-heating.
 
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