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As previously stated, the title is misleading. The book never FULLY answers the question which it ask in the title. The chapter "perfect freezing every time" is the only part of the book that covers; can I freeze it? The rest of the book is a standard cookbook. The only difference is the author explains at the end of the recipe how to freeze that particular item. If you have something that you did not make from this book then you are out of luck. I can not believe that during the editorial process someone did not say: Let's make a chart at the end of the book with 400-500 common foods with simple column like food, storage container type, can I freeze it (yes, or no), and most important how long will it keep in the freezer. I repeat, this is the most important information you need if you are going to freeze food.
Because the truth is 99% of foods can be frozen, but the storage times are vastly different. That was the only useful part of the book. In the previously y mentioned chapter the author gives "keep times" for various foods but it is random and incomplete. Like she mentions bread loves, and slices freeze well and in the next paragraph she says to slice up the loaves before freezing. ???? Why did you just tell me that loaves freeze well?
There are other inconsistencies like that, I would have overlooked if the book was complete thorough in answering the title question.
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