Raw sweet potatoes do not freeze well. For best results, allow them to cure for at least a week after harvesting, then cook them before freezing.Know More
Sweet potatoes have a normal shelf life in the pantry of approximately 1 month. It is best to only purchase the quantity that you plan to use within that time.
Under ideal conditions and with proper handling, sweet potatoes store in a cool dark place for several months. However, if a potato is bruised, it begins to spoil and the bacterium often spreads and ruins all the sweet potatoes in the container. Canning offers an option other than freezing, but since sweet potatoes are a low acid product, it requires a pressure canner for safety.Learn more in Freezing Food
Rinse your tomatoes with water and dry with a paper towel. Cut away the stem scar and arrange the tomatoes on a cookie sheet to freeze. Once frozen, you can store them in a freezer bag until you're ready to thaw them out.Full Answer >
To freeze sweet corn on the cob, husk the corn and remove the silk, blanch the corn, cool, drain and bag the corn. A person may also choose to remove the kernels from the cob and freeze the kernels only.Full Answer >
Kale can be frozen and kept for an extended time in the freezer if prepared properly. Even though kale can be grown in the winter, putting it already prepared in the freezer can make fixing dinners faster and simpler.Full Answer >
Both popped and unpopped popcorn can be frozen, but it can affect the quality. Unpopped popcorn that has been frozen does not pop as well, and frozen popped popcorn that was opened becomes dry and stale. Popped popcorn in an airtight sealed bag should freeze fine.Full Answer >