One of my past kitchen tip posts was how to freeze casseroles for maximum storage efficiency (and freshness!). I used this method to freeze lots of meals before Moshe was born last year!
Even though we like fresh meals better (in most cases), I was able to find a number of meals that froze well and were much enjoyed (but not as much as the new baby!). ;)
Today's tip is a video of this freezer casserole method that I call the "mold technique". No, that doesn't mean your casserole gets moldy. ;) It just means I am using the dish as a mold until the casserole is frozen solid. Then the dish can be used for other things until needed for the casserole again! :)
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