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On Tue 17 Mar at 8:13pm Sleeveless wrote:
Judging by whatís flying off the shelves, I canít help thinking there is going to be an awful lot of food waste in a few days time.
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On Tue 17 Mar at 10:29pm Local99 wrote:
Please tell me what food can't be frozen, or cooked and then frozen?
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On Wed 18 Mar at 8:02am Sleeveless wrote:
Not sure I fancy frozen citrus fruits, lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber etc.
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On Wed 18 Mar at 7:54pm the old mayor wrote:
A frozen loo roll could be quite refreshing in the summer !!
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On Wed 18 Mar at 9:57pm Local99 wrote:
Citrus fruits freeze perfectly well Ė juiced or not.
Tomatoes keep for ten days in the fridge; cooked, they freeze perfectly.
Lettuce and cucumber might get eaten during the week or so that they're still fresh.
But none of the above helps your stupid opinionated little agenda, does it?
 
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On Thu 19 Mar at 5:56pm Green Sleeves wrote:
Most people only have a finite amount of freezer space.
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On Thu 19 Mar at 6:44pm Sleeveless wrote:
Quite right Green Sleeves. The numbers donít add up. By now, the demand caused by stockpilers should have levelled out, but it hasnít and the retailers are not sure why. Interestingly, Italy, France, Germany etc apparently donít have the same problem.


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