The Domestic Geek: How to Properly Freeze Food

This week on The Domestic Geek, Sara Lynn shows how to properly freeze a variety of different foods! SUBSCRIBE to The Domestic Geek Here: Sara Lynn on twitter: https://twit…

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25 Responses

  1. caroline culleton says:

    Apparently, bananas should be peeled, then wrapped in saran wrap before
    freezing. I have tried this and it works really well. Love your tips.

  2. Joel says:

    All I buy are frozen vegetables! I use the portions that I want and I
    don’t have rotten food that goes to waste if I don’t use the rest in a
    week. The herbs and bananas I will try.

  3. Kelly Leeper says:

    Love it!

  4. Michael Lebrun says:


    when I freeze my cooked vegetables, do they lose their nutritional value?

    And when I take them out, should I let them melt, or can I put straight
    onto the pan?

    Thank you.


  5. m lucero says:

    Awesome tips!!

  6. Farhana Zaman says:

    I preserve herbs in zip lock bags. Is that OK too instead of adding water?
    I found them having their smells perfectly. 

  7. Rocco Portolesi says:

    I love this video, but i do have mixed feelings about the quirky little
    dance at the end.

  8. amigurumigirl says:

    I love you domestic geek! Always great tips 🙂

  9. gotsnoluv4ya . says:

    I don’t freeze my bananas with the skin, if I have too many and they start
    to over ripen I just remove the skin and freeze the bananas in halves (in
    baggies) for easy use in smoothies =) Thanks for sharing the video. I
    always wanted to know what to do with tomatoes. I can make veggie stews for
    the fall / winter months =)

  10. Cindy Khalista says:

    Do you even know how helpful these tips are!!!!!! Love them, seriously..

  11. Coral TV says:

    No problem! Thanks for watching – new episodes of The Domestic Geek come
    out every Tuesday!

  12. Vegan Byrd says:

    Vegan home made ice cream! 🙂

  13. Coral TV says:

    Great tip! We will try freezing them without the skin!

  14. Coral TV says:

    We could probably do a whole episode based around things you can put in ice
    cube trays! Thanks so much for the tips and for the comment

  15. Cindy Khalista says:

    Thanks for the tips! Very helpful!

  16. kenjij says:

    Banana I try IT B4 >>> the sKin will change VERY VERY dark BLACK~~~ ^,^

  17. larsteph says:

    These are fantastic tips! Hooray for never wasting herbs again. Thanks 🙂

  18. Cdogbillionaire says:

    Seems like one needs to get one hell of a lot of ice cube trays. In fact
    you failed to mention you can freeze yogurt, egg and I think freezing milk
    in ice cube trays, especially when you only need enough for your morning
    cereal every day is a good idea. Then you just take out a few cubes teh
    night before and put it in the fridge. That way you never have to worry
    about sour milk. IDK I haven’t tried this, but sounds like finding a large
    number of ice cube trays could be idea. ALso chicken stock.

  19. Kimberly Yánez says:

    Loooooove these tips.. Thank u soo much. xoxo

  20. Coral TV says:

    Haha, just the worst. Thanks for the comment & for subscribing!

  21. Vegan Byrd says:

    All brilliant ideas. I do the banana thing too, but I do “chunk” mine after
    peeling them and spread a thin layer of coconut oil on some tin foil, place
    ‘nana chunks on the sheet, and fold up as much as I can to fit in the
    freezer and later they don’t take forever to peel off ’cause there was a
    layer between that froze to allow it to flake off.

  22. Johanna Nikoletos says:

    you can also puree frozen bananas with a hand mixer or food processor to
    get low-fat all natural banana ice cream!

  23. Gobby Hong says:

    Herb ice cube is very nice~!!! Great idea~

  24. Jack T says:

    The Domestic Geek rocks…oh yeah!

  25. anmriey says:

    Great ideas that I’ll definitely use. Thanks!

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