It is perfectly acceptable to freeze stuffing. If stuffing is cooked inside a turkey, it needs to be removed from the bird immediately after it has been cooked.Know More
Stuffing and gravy should be refrigerated or frozen within two hours of completed cooking to prevent bacteria from growing. If refrigerated, they should be eaten within two days. If frozen, they should be eaten within one month. While it is still safe to eat stuffing that has been in the freezer for longer than a month, it suffers a loss of quality.
Food stored in multiple containers and smaller quantities will get cold more quickly. For refrigerator storage, the temperature should be right around 40 degrees Fahrenheit.Learn more about Freezing Food
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 >
It is acceptable to freeze Greek yogurt; this will extend the yogurt's shelf life by several months. However, it will not have the same smooth consistency as commercially prepared frozen yogurts, which are made with additional ingredients.Full Answer >
Cucumbers can be frozen if they are prepared in brine prior to freezing. Cucumbers can also be frozen if they are juiced or pureed and ladled into an ice cube tray, according to HGTV Gardens.Full Answer >
To freeze fresh mushrooms, clean and chop the mushrooms, then arrange them in a single layer on a cookie sheet. Freeze the mushrooms for two hours, then pick them off the cookie sheet and put them in containers in the freezer.Full Answer >