Can you freeze cooked cabbage?
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Can you freeze cooked cabbage?

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Cooked cabbage can be frozen, but it is best to undercook the cabbage just a little bit so that it can be reheated without causing an overcooked taste. Cooked cabbage can be frozen for up to a year if properly prepared and sealed in an airtight container.

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To freeze cooked cabbage, cool the cabbage in ice water immediately after it is cooked. Drain the cabbage, and put it in a freezer-safe container. If possible, use a vacuum food saver. This is the best way to prevent freezer burn as residual air is the main reason that frozen food spoils over time.

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