Our Guide to Freezer-Friendly Foods

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Our Guide to Freezer-Friendly Foods
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By Kenzi Wilbur

Much like attics, freezers are scary. They're dark, often deep, half storage receptacles, half places you shall never name. When you were 9 you swear you read a Goosebumps with one in it.

Like everything you ever wore in the 80s, they house memories -- some good, some bad, some weird (like that time you wanted your soup to have a Moroccan thing going on, but you went off the cuff and added too much cinnamon).

We have no idea how to deal with your attic. But let's try to make that freezer of yours more of a happy place, shall we? Here's a guide to what you should be filling your freezer with, what you shouldn't, and, consequently, how to be a responsible adult.

Check out the slideshow above for a freezer-friendly food guide.

This article originally appeared on Food52: Our Guide to Freezer-Friendly Foods.

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