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lynbrown | 17:30 Mon 14th Nov 2011 | Food & Drink
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My husband has just made a big pot of home made carrot and ginger soup. Will it be OK to freeze some?

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Yes. I make batches of soup and freeze it.
Yes, but freeze in ice cubes trays, and then transfer to suitable containers. Otherwise you will have a large frozen block of soup that will take ages to defrost
Soup freezes fine, I always freeze it in single portions.
And don't freeze anything with Squash in it
As it doesn't freeze/thaw well
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Great answers. My husband said it couldnt be done!!
I have successfully frozen butternut squash soup.
I have also frozen butternut squash soup many times.
Me too. Never had any problems.
Sweet potato and butternut squash soup is one of our favourites and I've frozen loads of it over the years and have never had any problem. What is supposed to happen to it?
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Vegetable soup freezes a treat. I also make in batches, mainly vegetable and lentil.
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Squash doesn't freeze well but squash soup freezes fine. Just divide the soup up into portions that work for you; about 300ml per person is about right for a portion.

Ice cube trays seems a bit extreme and a complete faff IMHO!

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