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Thread: Freezing Garlic Bread

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    Has anyone ever made Homemade Garlic Bread and Froze it?

    I want to make some meals for a family going through a hard time right now but I want meals they just have to heat and go. But with that being said if they do not want to eat them right now I would like them to being able to toss them in the freezer for when they want/need the meals.
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    I freeze the store bought version all the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RMurp007 View Post
    I freeze the store bought version all the time.
    I do this also. Don't see why homemade would be different.
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    @SassyAshley imho, I agree with both of the last 2 posters, since the store bought stuff is found in the freezer section it should be fine.
    I would just make sure it is double wrapped in good plastic so no air gets in or moisture? Whatever makes the food get crystals on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walkonby View Post
    @SassyAshley imho, I agree with both of the last 2 posters, since the store bought stuff is found in the freezer section it should be fine.
    I would just make sure it is double wrapped in good plastic so no air gets in or moisture? Whatever makes the food get crystals on it.
    The ones I get at Sobey's are on the bakery goods shelves and same with Longo's half breads (or on the clearance grocery shelf). Good point about double-wrapping-ice crystals don't make for good flavour come time to reheat baked items.


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    I have never heard about freezed bread.

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