Can I freeze cooked yams?

Answer Freezing is an effective way of preserving cooked yams and sweet potatoes. For best results, bake yams or sweet potatoes at 400 degrees until tender, and allow to cool. Wrap them separately in alum... Read More »

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How to Freeze Yams & Sweet Potatoes?

Sweet potatoes, also called yams, aren't true potatoes. These tuberous roots of the flowering sweet-potato vine have rich yellow or orange flesh and a sweet flavor. Homegrown sweet potatoes and yam... Read More »

Can you freeze cooked Egg Beaters?

Since Egg Beaters are just egg whites with some added nutrients you can treat them as you would regular shell eggs. While cooked eggs can be frozen, the texture tends to turn rubbery. Uncooked unop... Read More »

Can you freeze cooked mussels?

On One Hand: Freeze Shucked Cooked MusselsIn its "Ask Mrs. Cookwell" column, the Canadian Partnership for Consumer Food Safety Information recommends freezing cooked mussels to preserve them. You c... Read More »

Can I freeze a cooked calzone?

To freeze a cooked calzone, tightly wrap it in aluminum foil, freezer bags or other freezer storage product. The calzone should be used within one to two months to retain best quality. Still Tasty ... Read More »