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Can You Freeze Jam?

Jam can be made from so many different fruits and make a great addition to a slice of toast and butter. Kids love jam and especially like it with peanut butter. It’s handy to have around for them when they need a snack in between meals. Jam has a long shelf life because the sugars in it prevent bacterial growth … Read More

Can You Freeze Jicama?

Not everyone loves jicama, but those who do tend to love it. If you’ve just discovered this alternative to potatoes and other starchy veggies, we think you’ll have a great adventure trying out all the amazing recipes that call for jicama.  However, depending on where you live, jicama might not always be available. In these cases it often makes sense … Read More

Can You Freeze Jerky?

In this article we’ll be focusing on beef jerky specifically, but the points mentioned here also apply to other types of meat made into jerky, such as chicken, pork, lamb, or even goat or deer. Beef jerky is designed to have a long shelf life, that is, until you open the packaging, and then you’ve got a window of a … Read More

Can You Freeze Jello Shots?

Jello shots are a great drink to have for parties. They’re fun, they’re easy to make, but they take a long time to set. If you are throwing a party, you’ll want to get as much of the prep out of the way as possible, so you don’t have to stress beforehand.  The last thing you want to be doing … Read More

Can You Freeze Jalapenos?

Jalapenos are lovely chili peppers which can be very fiery, depending on the variety you go for.  They are loved all over the world for their flavor, but you can’t always get them year-round, depending on where you live.  If you can, out of season jalapenos may mean you will find yourself paying much more than you can reasonably afford.  … Read More

Can You Freeze Jackfruit?

Jackfruit is the largest vegetable fruit in the world, and while it’s mainly sold in Chinese and Southeast Asian markets, it is starting to become more widespread as a vegan alternative to meat, as it has a similar texture. Jackfruit can be time-consuming to prepare, as the rind is extremely thick, and tough to cut into.  To make matters worse, … Read More