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Easiest way to store stock ingredients in the freezer?

Answered on March 10, 2015
Created March 09, 2015 at 2:52 AM

I keep a big ziplock bag in my freezer, and I stuff it with whatevef im saving for my next batch of broth - chicken and pork bones, vegetable trimmings, eggshells, etc etc.??

This method is proving to be kind of a pain in the butt. Inevitably, bones and eggshells poke through the plastic. Its not cheap or weak plastic, just really hearty eggs! And grease from pork or chicken bits make it hard to open and close the zip-lock.??

I wonder if theres a much easier way, and if im doing it this way out of habit. Do you guys have any easier (and cleaner) solutions?

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on March 09, 2015
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I've been doing exactly what you've been doing, so if there's a better way, I'm interested too.

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on March 10, 2015
at 05:23 AM

Yes even I prefer to cook bones after buying them from market. It is convienent to store them after that.

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on March 09, 2015
at 03:09 PM

I use a 1 gallon bucket from Nutiva coconut oil, but mostly I prefer to cook bones as soon as they are available. potato and onion peels will not perforate plastic bags.

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