JO from Waimate writes, Thank you for putting my question about cheese in your newsletter. In the meantime, I have tried to freeze some slices in a jam jar and they came out perfectly! Thank you!
Put meat bones/scraps in a plastic bag in the freezer. Come collection day there is no smell in your rubbish bin. – Audrey from Tauranga.
Gaynor from Paraparaumu has this tip. Fruzio frozen fruit at Pack N’ Save cheaper than fresh. Passion fruit especially.
Karen from Dunedin writes, “I dehydrate 1kg bags of frozen vegetables, it is so worthwhile, they can be used for camping, emergency situations like floods and quakes. Light and easy to carry and store.”
Gaynor from Paraparaumu has this tip to share: – Fruzio frozen fruit at Pack N’ Save cheaper than fresh. Passion fruit especially.
MD from Auckland writes, “Cook a large piece of meat then portion and put in snap locks and freeze. Always keep a list of what you have in the freezer and meal plan around what you have”.
If you have trouble tying cardboard for recycling use old tights. They are very strong and flexible. No need to purchase string. Also having trouble with twist ties, use plastic clothes pegs. Sometimes I think there are more pegs in my freezer than in the peg bag.
Eggs can be frozen,but need to be beaten together. I do them in lots of three for baking and two for scrambled egg.
To make chocolate ice blocks that turn out exactly like the expensive store-bought ones, at a significant savings. First make a chocolate custard. Place 500ml milk in a saucepan (I use fresh whole milk, but you can use reconstituted powder milk for extra savings) and bring it to the boil. Then add a tablespoon of […]
I have been enjoying a good fruit harvest from my dwarf fruit trees this year. When they all seem to ripen at once I slice nectarines and peaches and simmer them in some honey and cinnamon for five minutes then cool and freeze. Handy for whipping up a quick fruit tart or fruit cobbler when […]