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Volume II
July 13, 2007

To Freeze, or Not To Freeze?

Are we able to freeze the egg breakfast casseroles for about 5 days? I need to make them ahead of time as I am busy with a wedding. I need the casseroles after the wedding for a brunch for the out of towners.

J. Thompson


The best way to see if something freezes well is to cook it up, freeze, thaw, reheat, and taste it. Keep in mind that cooked egg whites tend to turn rubbery during freezing. Where the eggs are all mixed together in this recipe, I don't think you'll have any trouble with them, and on doing some research, it looks like other cooks freeze egg casseroles very well.

Still one cook said that liquid is released during reheating. To remedy this, you can blot up some liquid with paper towels or suction it up with a baster. You might want to test your recipe so you'll know what to expect.

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