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Ice cube trays food - August 2nd 2018, 08:22 AM

For all of you good mummys out there that use ice cube trays to freeze vegies etc. in, how do you store it in the freezer?
Do you just leave it uncovered or do you cover the trays with something?
Im just about to start freezing some different vegies and would be interested to hear how everybody else does it!
   
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Re: Ice cube trays food - August 6th 2018, 06:23 AM

I'm not a mother, but when I make smoothie pops for my family, friends and for the camp I worked at. What I do is stick it straight in until it's completly frozen and the put the frozen treat into a baggie or container.



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Re: Ice cube trays food - August 15th 2018, 08:52 AM

Hey.
An interesting approach to the preparation of children's food. I am mother and I will cook as you do. My son will go to school. And I'll buy an essay here - https://ca.papersowl.com/research-paper-writing-service. The service will help in the writing of research papers.
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Re: Ice cube trays food - August 15th 2018, 07:42 PM

There are silicone ice trays that work so much better. Its much easier to get the food out with silicone than a hard plastic. If you have the ability to do so, I recommend getting that instead, to make life easier! And often times, you can find ones with lids! But you don't have to use a lid if you don't want to pay for that feature.




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