Two ideas for storing soupAsides, Being Human
When you make a big vat of soup – and with root veg being so cheap at this time of year you’d be crazy not to – you can freeze the remainder so you’re not eating leek and potato or carrot and parsnip every day. It makes sense to freeze in one- or two-person portions, but there aren’t that many small containers in your house, soooo.. what to do?
- Save old tins and reuse these.
- Use sandwich bags. (You may have to stand them together in a bowl so they don’t fall over before they freeze.)
I like the way you think, Ed. All I have to do now is get my wife onboard.
What do you suggest as a sealing method if I try to talk her into the “old tins” approach?
Are you a Brit, btw?