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11 Reasons Blueberries Should Always Be in Your Freezer. 1. BLUEBERRIES ARE FROZEN AT THE PEAK OF THEIR FRESHNESS. Freezing l ocks in their health benefits a nd they’re just as delicious as a cold 2. FROZEN BLUEBERRIES ARE JUST 80 CALORIES PER CUP.

They’re also virtually fat-free and naturally. Arrange your blueberries in a single layer on a rimmed baking sheet, and slide it into the freezer. In an hour or two, they should be frozen solid. Move the berries to freezer containers. Transfer your blueberries to freezer containers or bags, and squeeze out as much air as you can.

Seal and label. The Frozen Blueberries We Always Have in Our Freezer Frozen blueberries are a kitchen staple for us. And we love these wild Maine blueberries more than any other.

Enough plastic freezer bags or vacuum-seal bags* for your blueberries; A drinking straw (if you’re not vacuum-sealing) *Bags are best. Containers leave air pockets that can cause freezer burn and crystallization. Freeze blueberries the RIGHT way. Pick through your blueberries and remove any overly-soft fruit, stems or leaves. A study conducted by the South Dakota State University shows that freezing blueberries makes it possible for the body to better absorb certain antioxidants from them.

It means frozen blueberries have a higher nutritional value for the human body compared to fresh blueberries. by gMandy | Updated: December 13, 2018. Although this can vary greatly depending on how fresh they are when they get to your freezer. Also the way you freeze them makes a difference.

Read on for my method. Freezing blueberries. When freezing your blueberries, if you follow a few simple steps, you’ll get a maximum amount of shelf life.

Step 1. Choose blueberries that are in good. Technically, there is no wrong way to freeze blueberries. This is especially true if your goal is simply to keep the blueberries from going bad. Some people recommend just throwing a pint container into the freezer and leaving it at that, and while that is certainly the fastest way to freeze blueberries, it not the best way.

If you really want to preserve your blueberries in the freezer. Place your baking sheet in the freezer, preferably flat against the shelf to prevent the berries from rolling into one another. Ideally, the berries should touch one another as little as possible.

If you have many berries, feel free to stack two or more trays, so long as there’s space for cold air to move through. Place the pan in the freezer until the blueberries are frozen. It should take 2 3 hours. Don’t leave the berries on the cookie sheet too long before you remove them; doing so puts them at risk of getting freezer burn.

There are several reasons. The blueberries will freeze individually so you can remove just the portion you need. If you didn’t wash your blueberries before freezing them, rinse them just before use. For best results, toss your home-frozen blueberries into oatmeal, yogurt, smoothies, shakes or sauces within 10 months.

Guide to frozen blueberries.

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For instance, berries that are very perishable will last about a day longer on the top shelfthan they will in the drawer at the bottom of the fridge.

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Moreover, berries on loose clusters are heated less than those on tight or compact clusters because berries that touch one another conduct more heat and lose less to convection (Smart and Sinclair, 1976).

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And when frozen, because they are true adaptogens, wild blueberries don’t lose their nutritional value as some fruits and vegetables do; their nutrition increases.

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Berries, for example, are super easy to freeze.

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For something like berries, that means spreading them out on a tray and putting them in the freezer, because they will freeze more quickly individually.

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Fortunately, you can find frozen blueberries for much less year-round (or you can just purchase blueberries when they’re in season and freeze them in freezer-friendly containers for up to six months).

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Little texture deterioration on freezing is suffered by blueberries and cranberries, because of their high solids content and lack of organized internal structure.

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Blueberries can stay out overnight, as their skin is fully intact and protects them from moisture.

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Blueberries keep well under refrigeration.

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We recommend putting the jars in the refrigerator for 24 hours before freezing them so that there will be less temperature shock when you put them into the freezer.

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  • Me these days trying to ignore Corona’s existence but hearing the yakking of the news reporters’ voices in the background… ��������☹️��������☹️

  • I don’t know why but people just love to delicious deserts and treats even though they can’t eat it

    Edit:I mean some people get to but not me in covid

    Edit:OMG!!no one liked my coment like always��

  • 1:02
    Did they just put a winking emoji and SHAKE the banana, i think all the dirty minded people will be grossed out by this ������

  • Frozen avocado, such a waste of money and plastic the same goes for frozen butternut squash… You Can steam it and freeze it on your own.such a waste of money also

  • I just LOVE the way you people tell viewers to “like and/or subscribe” to your videos before they’re viewed. I DID pause…. to let you know I will NOT watch a second more of your video.
    How about you complete the video and THEN ask for the “likes & subscriptions”… if you must?

  • Mixing PB2 with greek yogurt (a couple drops sucralose) makes such a good mix in sauce for the protein shakes. I also dip apples in it. So yummy.

  • Thank you! Completely agree on the berries. I never knew eating Pomegranate seeds was a healthy step. I’ll have to research its benefits. Just recently started eating a few Papaya seeds daily for their many health benefits.

  • Coach Greg I noticed you were a bit annoyed over Ally’s “maintenance day” as it’s called lol. Video idea: try doing similar length procedures (facial, mani/pedi, then one other to replace the eyelash extensions unless you want to try them out of course!) THEN try to get all your meals/workouts in. I think Ally actually got a lot of stuff done in that time!

  • Another thing, our local Fred Meyer carry’s a pepper mix, (Red, Green, Yellow) and onions blend that I found is a great thing to have on hand for omelets and Italian Sausage. Saves a lot of prep time having to cut all that stuff up and not having to buy different color peppers.

  • I just love these videos that say “you been doing…” All wrong. Make me wonder how I have made it for over 60 years, “doing it wrong”. LMAO

  • Not all of these are available in the USA believe it or not, like Pomegranate and avocado, I freeze my own. But these are the same things I buy frozen bc it makes so much sense. I get all mine at Costco, but the spinach at Trader Joe’s. PC in Canada shapes the shopping habits of Canada

  • Frozen pomegranate and frozen avocado?!?!? Yes!!! I gotta find these in my supermarkets. Haven’t seen them yet. Thanks! ����

  • PLEASE CHECK THE SMALL PRINT ON FROZEN FISH….I ALWAYS PURCHASE WILD CAUGHT SALMOND, HALLIBUT, ETC ONLY USA….MOST FROZEN FISH, SHRIMP, ETC IS FROM CHINA, INDIA, VIETNAM, OYHER COUNTRIES…….ALS O VEGETABLES/FRUITS

  • I purchase fresh kale, blueberries, pineapples….etc, wash, prep and pot in freezer bags and freeze for later use. I prefer steamed frozen than regular frozen…process is healthier. Corn must be organic!

  • People keep commenting saying that organic means pesticide free… nope. Legally, you CAN use certain pesticides and fertilizers on organic produce.

    Organic means neither GMO-free nor pesticide-free. Corporations will use the term ‘organic’ as much as legally possible, because it’s a buzzword. People! Please understand that your interpretation of the word may not be the way the law interprets it.

  • I agree that having most of the products u mentioned in the freezer is useful but I feel like ur just promoting laziness. Why don’t we all just freeze fresh fruits/veggies. It will take more time once to peel it, clean, chop etc and then u can freeze it in a container so:
    1. U usually pay less for fresh when seasonal
    2. U don’t produce so much trash, so many bags, so much plastic!!

  • Some of those are great because you can’t find them fresh all year (for example peas, corn though you can get them in better packaging, such as jars or cans), but for mango, avocado, etc, it is so wasteful to use these frozen versions in bags, especially since, as far as I know, they cannot be recycled.:( It really doesn’t take that long to peel and cut an avocado or a mango and planning ahead means you can get not ready avocados and allow tem to get ripe before using.

  • Umm.. Those aren’t pies those are cheesecakes..

    And they look nothing like they do in the show except for the whipped cream topping.

  • There’s a product made by “Debbie Meyers” inventor of the “Green Bags”. She now makes “Green Containers”, with no BPA manufactured with some sort of special plastic that keeps your Berries and Greens fresh 3 to 5 times longer. I invested in them because, I’m widowed and my children are grown but I still continue to shop at Costco‘s. I was doubtful at first but, delightfully surprised how amazing they work. You can buy them on Amazon.com or HSN. They come in a multitude of beautiful colors. I even have one that holds a loaf of bread and my 15 Grain Bread has stayed fresh & mold free for a month! It is unbelievable, but I swear it’s true! I definitely buy lots of things frozen but, somethings I just prefer Fresh. I really enjoy your videos and subscribe to your channel last week when YouTube suggested your channel. Thank You for all your hard work! ����������������������

  • Yeah guys, NICE AND TIDY with the freezer! Yours is nice and tidy, right?!
    Mine totally is… slowly sneaks away

    totally. Tidy.

  • Orrrr, you could just buy 3 bags of chicken breast and and 10 bags of veggies and 6 bags of hotdogs and 4 containers of concentrate and then just reorder when I run out.

  • You should make the Egg custard tart. It’s an earth tribe dish that was seen in Avatar the last airbender, Season 1 episode 11 “The Great Divide”

  • Please stop promoting avocado as convenient food. It as all but convenient. Overconsumption of avocado is very bad for environment and for human rights.

  • I have heard frozen is better than fresh because it’s frozen at it’s peak so I agree with some of these items. I love them both! I hate frozen peas though. GREAT CONTENTKEEP IT UP!!!!

  • Found a vacuum packed piece of meat and plastic container of dressing that I prepared and it was delicious, dated 2007. That was 3 months ago, I am still doing fine. I know the quality and nutrition was gone but maybe the calories were missing also.

  • Most of these are a good idea.. however, environment-wise I don’t know if I’d be on board buying alll those bags of frozen produce.

  • Great video, but i wouldn’t really call these the fruit pies from the show��
    They were alot bigger, and seemed very soft, like mix of cake and custard. You can kind of see the the fruit pies were a bit like a bowl of whatever crust was on the outside, and a soft custard completely filling up the middle. Then colored swirl sat atop the custard.

    Or some formation similar to that…
    But maybe it’s just me.�� Regardless, these still look like tasty treats in themselves.

  • Not unless I can get them without plastic. I would rather buy fresh and then freeze them. I will never buy plastic and will always write to company’s about why their product packaging should be changed.

  • This is a great list! I didn’t know you could get pomegranate arils frozen, definitely going to have to find them!

    My husband and I eat a lot of roasted veggies. I typically buy a lot of broccoli and green beans frozen so I have some easy veggies to make for dinner.

    The only thing I kinda disagree with is berries. I find the flash freezing they do with berries messes with the texture too much for my enjoyment. I got some of those Rubbermaid produce savers though and they work WONDERS for the shelf life of my berries and greens:)

  • I don’t know how this is possible, there is something wrong with some women. My girlfriend is half my kilos and eats more than me, still she is in perfect shape and I gain weight. Measuring my calories and shit. I’m 200 pounds and she is 110, I’m eating on 2000 calories low carb, she is doing 2500-3000 with a lot of carbs. Now when I see how you and your girlfriend are eating I get the feeling that this is something common.

  • I just made some really tasty ice cream.
    1 scoop casein chocolate powder
    1 tbs of chocolate pudding
    1 tbs of pb2
    some walden farm 0 calories chocolate syrup
    3 glasses of ice
    Zerrrooo fruits:-)

  • We use frozen peas in so many casserole type dishes. I haven’t seen too many resealable bags in the freezer section, they seem convenient.

  • I get the point, it makes life easier and more convenient, but I think of all the plastic….for this reason I buy fresh food whenever I can

  • Not all of these are available in the USA believe it or not, like Pomegranate and avocado, I freeze my own. But these are the same things I buy frozen bc it makes so much sense. I get all mine at Costco, but the spinach at Trader Joe’s. PC in Canada shapes the shopping habits of Canada

  • Sorry, i felt the urge to comment. Tha fact that it is organic does not mean that it is not genetically modified. Organic refers to the way it is cultivated, GMO is about the DNA itself

  • I’m sorry, but this isn’t really a fruit pie.. looks yummy, yes, but doesn’t even look like it does in the show. Pretty sad about it.

  • The only problem i have with this recipe is that they are too small. The ones in the show are the size of a small dinner plate in circumference.

  • Not all people can eat afford to buy 6 blizzards a day. So just make your own at home also not all people can be as fabulous as Miss Ally but I’m here for it! ���� #letthemeatcake

  • Who is revisitng in quaranrine 2020 becausw cases of covid spiked again �� i love you wengie. I am watching this for the 10th time ����

  • I have heard frozen is better than fresh because it’s frozen at it’s peak so I agree with some of these items. I love them both! I hate frozen peas though. GREAT CONTENTKEEP IT UP!!!!

  • You had some good suggestions! My go to 3 frozen items are: blueberries, strawberries and raspberries! I love them separately and you can never have too many berries ☺️

  • I buy a lot of these freeze dried from Thrive life and it’s awesome! After I open it there is a 12 month shelf life. Thank you for another great video!

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    Get it while it’s hot! ��������
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  • Is it just me….. Or did the music change??? I could’ve sworn it was a compilation of different songs and not just one throughout…

  • I’ve BEGGED every single food channel on YouTube including Binging with Babish and Joshua Weissman to make these for 2 and a half years straight, on every video, and it took me TWO FULL WEEKS TO FIND THIS!!!! C’MON YOUTUBE! Get your recommendations right!

    You guys earned yourself a subscriber

  • Not unless I can get them without plastic. I would rather buy fresh and then freeze them. I will never buy plastic and will always write to company’s about why their product packaging should be changed.

  • Got the cookbook a few days ago, and upgraded to the ninja blender today, I know my Kitchen Aid wasn’t up to the challenge, it barely blended a smoothie, lol. been loving the french toast, cant wait to eat up some ice cream tonight ��

  • I don’t know why but people just love to delicious deserts and treats even though they can’t eat it

    Edit:I mean some people get to but not me in covid

    Edit:OMG!!no one liked my coment like always��

  • I hate the strawberry stem taking out hack with the straw. There’s a waste of strawberry in the tube! It’s so annoying when that happens

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  • I do have a question, I have looked through your videos and I haven’t found anything so I’m not sure if I missed it or not. Do you ever go camping for 5 to 7 days at a time? That’s generally how long me and my kids like to go on our camping trip. And I have such a hard time having our stuff or go bad. Even with a ton of ice. Do you have any suggestions Do you have any suggestions or tips? Maybe a video I missed? You are also officially mine and my children’s favorite YouTuber.

  • This video is full of bullshit. Most of the ideas are laughably stupid. Freezer inventory? I guarantee the bitch who’s talking doesn’t do that with her freezer either. Talk about a waste of time.

  • 11. I always buy my ice cream… plus they put gummy bears on the bottom
    10. I don’t like sparkling water… plus, I always drink Propel
    9. We always do this at parties!
    8. I did this at school once and I had to cut it open with a spoon ��
    7. I’m 15, I don’t need my lips to look plump… plus as I mentioned earlier, I always drink Propel.
    6. I actually HATE mangos…
    5. I had to do that in kindergarten but I like it right side up much more
    4. Again… I’m 15 I don’t care if there is watermelon on my face… plus, just cut it in squares.
    3. We never get kiwis ��
    2. I only like carrots, cucumbers, peppers, and tomatoes… plus I never bring a salad with me
    1. Ok… you got me… I don’t have an excuse for this one… Imma try it right now

    So yeah… I was eating 1 wrong
    And I have an excuse for 10 of them
    �� �� ��

  • Hi. I have just finished watching your video you said you cannot freeze eggs. If you crack your eggs whisk together and put contents into a plastic freezer bag and then freeze. They will last for up to 3 months it’s in the freezer. We had hen sometimes you have far too many eggs so it’s a handy way to have eggs when the hens are not laying so well.

  • 11. I always buy my ice cream… plus they put gummy bears on the bottom
    10. I don’t like sparkling water… plus, I always drink Propel
    9. We always do this at parties!
    8. I did this at school once and I had to cut it open with a spoon ��
    7. I’m 15, I don’t need my lips to look plump… plus as I mentioned earlier, I always drink Propel.
    6. I actually HATE mangos…
    5. I had to do that in kindergarten but I like it right side up much more
    4. Again… I’m 15 I don’t care if there is watermelon on my face… plus, just cut it in squares.
    3. We never get kiwis ��
    2. I only like carrots, cucumbers, peppers, and tomatoes… plus I never bring a salad with me
    1. Ok… you got me… I don’t have an excuse for this one… Imma try it right now

    So yeah… I was eating 1 wrong
    And I have an excuse for 10 of them
    �� �� ��

  • Umm.. Those aren’t pies those are cheesecakes..

    And they look nothing like they do in the show except for the whipped cream topping.

  • Including reheating instructions on the label is sooo smart. As someone w a tiny freezer, i often remove frozen food from its box to make more food fit. Then i forget the microwave instructions smh

  • Most of this was spot on. The only thing, when labeling your foods, don’t use tape on the bags or containers. I’ve learned that after about a week, moisture caused by the freezing process will affect most tape and the label will end up in the bottom somewhere and you’ll have no idea what is in the container or when it was placed there. Your best bet is a vacuum seal system and a sharpie to mark down the info on the sealed bag. BTW… I had a bit of a chuckle when I saw the Foodsaver in the video. I use the same one shown.

  • We use frozen peas in so many casserole type dishes. I haven’t seen too many resealable bags in the freezer section, they seem convenient.

  • I’ve tried guacamole with frozen avocados and it’s not nearly as good. Also, frozen pomegranate seeds don’t taste great to me when defrosted. But I always use frozen mango and pineapple for smoothies, taste great, keep the smoothie nice and cold and so easy.

  • I just made some really tasty ice cream.
    1 scoop casein chocolate powder
    1 tbs of chocolate pudding
    1 tbs of pb2
    some walden farm 0 calories chocolate syrup
    3 glasses of ice
    Zerrrooo fruits:-)

  • You can freeze eggs without the shell. Frozen eggs can be kept in the freezer up to a year. Just crack the egg into ice cube trays, or silicone muffin cups, etc. Then add them to a bag and keep in the freezer until needed.

  • If you have a dented can and are about to throw it away because of safety reasons. It will tell you if the can has openings in it.

  • Orrrr, you could just buy 3 bags of chicken breast and and 10 bags of veggies and 6 bags of hotdogs and 4 containers of concentrate and then just reorder when I run out.

  • Ew, I’d never eat peanut butter ever again!! There is known to be rodent hairs and bug parts in the peanut butter… I will for ever hate peanut butter now…

    You don’t have to believe me, but I’m not gonna take the chance and eat rodent hairs.. and soz to people who liked peanut butter but yea….
    ( 1:01)

    Other then that tho I say that this video is pretty good! IM NOT HATING OR ANYTHING!! I’m just trying to state a fact that I believe in

  • I agree that having most of the products u mentioned in the freezer is useful but I feel like ur just promoting laziness. Why don’t we all just freeze fresh fruits/veggies. It will take more time once to peel it, clean, chop etc and then u can freeze it in a container so:
    1. U usually pay less for fresh when seasonal
    2. U don’t produce so much trash, so many bags, so much plastic!!

  • you have a great presence but PLEASE get the “like” out of your speech pattern. It is annoying and makes you sound like some teenage idiot

  • I’m sorry, but this isn’t really a fruit pie.. looks yummy, yes, but doesn’t even look like it does in the show. Pretty sad about it.

  • Pomogranet seeds frozen are a life changer. I get then anytime I see them and I literally open the bag and grab a spoon and eat them right out the bag ������‍♀️��

  • I love buying chopped onions frozen. I don’t have to worry about dicing an onion, the onion doesn’t go bad, and I don’t have to wait for them to thaw-I can just throw them in my skillet to saute.

  • I love how this channel is partially a relationship vlog of these two. They’re so authentic, never trying to be anything they’re not.

  • You had some good suggestions! My go to 3 frozen items are: blueberries, strawberries and raspberries! I love them separately and you can never have too many berries ☺️

  • Yeah guys, NICE AND TIDY with the freezer! Yours is nice and tidy, right?!
    Mine totally is… slowly sneaks away

    totally. Tidy.

  • Not all people can eat afford to buy 6 blizzards a day. So just make your own at home also not all people can be as fabulous as Miss Ally but I’m here for it! ���� #letthemeatcake

  • Could you please help me Coach Greg? In one of your vids you mentioned the Ryse protein flavors you live the most. Could you please let me know which ones they are? I can’t find the video. I just got the Peanut Butter Cup which I love. I want to order a different flavor. Thank you in advance! ����

  • Idea: The packets can be precooked ( w/meat) and warmed in the �� sun…makes storage easier/safer in the cooler…less stuff to bring along. Lots of good ideas, thanks

  • You could just buy fresh food and freeze them. It’s better for your environment because of the less use of plastic and it’s healthier because most of the time those frozen foods have additives.

  • I don’t know how this is possible, there is something wrong with some women. My girlfriend is half my kilos and eats more than me, still she is in perfect shape and I gain weight. Measuring my calories and shit. I’m 200 pounds and she is 110, I’m eating on 2000 calories low carb, she is doing 2500-3000 with a lot of carbs. Now when I see how you and your girlfriend are eating I get the feeling that this is something common.

  • Not sure what stabilizer you have but it shouldn’t be doing that, its clearly faulty orrrr you have a camera that’s too heavy for it attached, causing it to crash. One or the other option:)

  • Got the cookbook a few days ago, and upgraded to the ninja blender today, I know my Kitchen Aid wasn’t up to the challenge, it barely blended a smoothie, lol. been loving the french toast, cant wait to eat up some ice cream tonight ��

  • Mixing PB2 with greek yogurt (a couple drops sucralose) makes such a good mix in sauce for the protein shakes. I also dip apples in it. So yummy.

  • The largest Blizzard used to be a quart (in the U.S. anyway), but they got rid of that. The largest is just 20 oz now, I think. That change was 15 or 20 years ago. DQ isn’t the only place that turns their shakes over. Ted Drewes in STL was doing that with their Concretes 40 or 50 years ago.

  • Found a vacuum packed piece of meat and plastic container of dressing that I prepared and it was delicious, dated 2007. That was 3 months ago, I am still doing fine. I know the quality and nutrition was gone but maybe the calories were missing also.

  • Coach Greg I noticed you were a bit annoyed over Ally’s “maintenance day” as it’s called lol. Video idea: try doing similar length procedures (facial, mani/pedi, then one other to replace the eyelash extensions unless you want to try them out of course!) THEN try to get all your meals/workouts in. I think Ally actually got a lot of stuff done in that time!

  • Was trying to watch this yesterday without earbuds. It was the first time my wife heard one of these videos in the background and after like 2 minutes she was like “who is that!? His voice is so annoying!” I just started laughing and told her everyone says that….I love the videos keep them coming.

  • I always buy frozen green beans (except occasionally at a farmer’s market) because they’ve been frozen immediately after harvest and I don’t have to snap the ends off myself. I use at least one package a week in stir fries and other one pan dishes. I also steam them quickly to keep them nice and green.

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    Did they just put a winking emoji and SHAKE the banana, i think all the dirty minded people will be grossed out by this ������

  • Good thing you didn’t choose southern watertribe sea prune soup
    And you’re the first to even mention gyatso’s pie SO HAPPY TO SEE THIS FINALLY EXISTS

  • Thank you so much for this! There are a few things I have never thought to look for in the frozen isle. Pomegranate seeds and avocado are two of my favorites for smoothies.

  • Hi Feast of Fiction You guys are the best I hope one day to cook as good as you I’m actually making this with my friends tommorow I hope to be a good cook like you guys.

  • Please make Scooby Snacks from Scooby-Doo, the Eat Me cookies from Alice in Wonderland, Pretty Patties from Sponge Bob, and the Good Burger from Good Burger

  • I used to have the same issue with things like berries getting mushy and mouldy very quickly but years ago, I learned a tip to put them in a bowl with 1:10 vinegar water ratios and now my berries usually last more than a week while still looking fresh. I make sure the water is really cold and I only leave the berries in the bowl for a few minutes, rinsing them thoroughly after. It also works well for grapes!

  • Great video. Could you maybe make Alcreamie the Pokemon in his Dynamax-form? It looks like a delicious cake and seems to have great flavours from what you read in the pokedex entries of the differently coloured forms:))

  • People keep commenting saying that organic means pesticide free… nope. Legally, you CAN use certain pesticides and fertilizers on organic produce.

    Organic means neither GMO-free nor pesticide-free. Corporations will use the term ‘organic’ as much as legally possible, because it’s a buzzword. People! Please understand that your interpretation of the word may not be the way the law interprets it.

  • I just go the grocery store everyday. Everything’s always fresh that way and I’ll end up not having leftovers just buying what I’m consuming for the day.

  • I just love these videos that say “you been doing…” All wrong. Make me wonder how I have made it for over 60 years, “doing it wrong”. LMAO

  • We love the kodiak mix. I like to use them for waffles at home. I even made a chicken strip batter with it once, but that was soooo much protein I was stuffed after 2 strips, LOL. We always do cereal and milk on our tear down or travel day, so we don’t have hot, dirty dishes to deal with.

  • Thanks for the tips Amanda. Here’s a tip for you, toss out that butane lighter and use a Arch Lighter. The Arch lighters are wind and rain proof. They also work in cold weather unlike butane lighters. Buy the one with the flexible neck, way better then the other type. You also have a choice of USB rechargeable lighters (most common) or the AAA battery types. Once you try it, you’ll never go back to those butane lighters again. Happy trails.

    https://youtu.be/sY7NeHABYrQ

  • I agree with almost everything here, and fish for sure but you should always try to get these thing s fresh over frozen as a rule, and be proactive and freeze them before they go bad, especially berries! The enzymes and nutrients in raw fresh produce is what your eating them for in the first place, and very little of those vital nutrients and enzymes survive freezing, and so your kind of just eating empty food… always beat to eat as fresh as possible!

  • Amanda, although foil is the campers best dream it’s important to place a barrier between the food and the foil. Aluminum is linked to breast cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. My trick…place a layer of paper bag(s) maybe parchment paper, between the food and the foil!!

  • I tried your Dutch oven nachos this week when we went camping.Only I did it in an electric multi cooker. They turned out great! Thanks!

  • I found a new dark horse ingredient in the protein ice cream game…… wheat gluten (two teaspoons will make even an all ice shake nice and thick)

  • I just go the grocery store everyday. Everything’s always fresh that way and I’ll end up not having leftovers just buying what I’m consuming for the day.

  • This video is full of bullshit. Most of the ideas are laughably stupid. Freezer inventory? I guarantee the bitch who’s talking doesn’t do that with her freezer either. Talk about a waste of time.

  • Fried potatoes (e.g. hash browns) are a favorite of mine. Cooking them over a fire gives them a great smoky flavor! You can insert them int your burrito.

  • The best camping breakfast I have ever had was scrambled eggs with crab and cocktail sauce. It was the first night of an epic packrafting trip! We were finishing off the 5 pounds of fresh caught crab meat that someone brought for crab louise the night before. Delicious. More common breakfasts for me are very similar to yours! I like the idea of making a group parfait bar with different toppings. I usually car camp with a group of 6 or more, so being able to batch cook for different folks is a must!

  • Love these ideas! My boyfriend and I are new to camping. We’ve researched some places we want to go, but it seems bears and mountain lions frequent those areas. I was wondering if you’ve ever had an encounter with that kind of wildlife? ��

  • ok most of those camp breakfasts are fancier than what i make at home �� a favourite boat camp lazy breakfast is a yogurt parfait but i break up granola bars into it because those are always on the boat. also good ol fashion croissant with coffee and fruit is an easy one. very continental ��

  • Getting so hungry watching this. You guys eat so well at camp, I’m jealous!

    For car camping where you have a full-size stove, skillet, and cooler, these are awesome suggestions. Personally I would love to see a backcountry/backpacking version of some of your cooking ideas because my current menu in the backcountry is very limited.

  • PRO TIP: Overnight Oats. Get a jar and put 1/4 C instant oats + 1/2 C almond milk. Add nuts, seeds and frozen fruit. Leave it in you cooler overnight and in the morning add some Greek yogurt and raw honey. Energy for hours + no need to dirty a pan or use any fuel.

  • Ew, I’d never eat peanut butter ever again!! There is known to be rodent hairs and bug parts in the peanut butter… I will for ever hate peanut butter now…

    You don’t have to believe me, but I’m not gonna take the chance and eat rodent hairs.. and soz to people who liked peanut butter but yea….
    ( 1:01)

    Other then that tho I say that this video is pretty good! IM NOT HATING OR ANYTHING!! I’m just trying to state a fact that I believe in

  • Breakfast sandwiches and bkfast burritos are our go-to favorites when it’s our turn to feed bkfast to 8-12 people. I actually make them all at home, wrap in foil, then put them in storage containers. At camp in the morning, we put the foil wrapped packages on the bbq or campfire and they are ready in no time.

  • I’ve made guacamole from frozen avocado before. it works perfectly because they are high in fat and therefore don’t change that much when frozen… unlike cucumbers for example that have a high water content.

  • I already knew that flavored ice hack, orange hacks, kiwi hack and the watermelon hack. I actually found out that watermelon hack myself

  • Me these days trying to ignore Corona’s existence but hearing the yakking of the news reporters’ voices in the background… ��������☹️��������☹️

  • HEY WENGIE.I SEE YOUR VIDEO UP.I HAVE EAT THE FOODS CORRECT EVEN WITHOUT KNOWING.THANKS FOR SHOWING ME THAT I’M EATING ALL THE FOOD CORRECT.

  • I buy a lot of fruits and vegetables in season and freeze them. I fortunate to have several farmers markets close by and by getting to know the growers I can buy in bulk and save quite a bit. I’ve frozen apples, berries, melon, and corn, to name a few. The corn I freeze right in the husk. I have berrie bushes in my yard and just pick and freeze. I live in a rural part of Maine with many organic farmers close by.

  • Can’t wait to try making the breakfast tacos! Thanks for the great idea. Plane white rice with a couple of over easy eggs on top. That’s my go to camping breakfast. It’s the only time I use Minute Rice. it’s so much easier that way.

  • I get the point, it makes life easier and more convenient, but I think of all the plastic….for this reason I buy fresh food whenever I can

  • Great video, but i wouldn’t really call these the fruit pies from the show��
    They were alot bigger, and seemed very soft, like mix of cake and custard. You can kind of see the the fruit pies were a bit like a bowl of whatever crust was on the outside, and a soft custard completely filling up the middle. Then colored swirl sat atop the custard.

    Or some formation similar to that…
    But maybe it’s just me.�� Regardless, these still look like tasty treats in themselves.

  • Thank you! Completely agree on the berries. I never knew eating Pomegranate seeds was a healthy step. I’ll have to research its benefits. Just recently started eating a few Papaya seeds daily for their many health benefits.

  • I’ve BEGGED every single food channel on YouTube including Binging with Babish and Joshua Weissman to make these for 2 and a half years straight, on every video, and it took me TWO FULL WEEKS TO FIND THIS!!!! C’MON YOUTUBE! Get your recommendations right!

    You guys earned yourself a subscriber

  • There is nothing, I repeat NOTHING wrong with GMOs and corn is GM no matter where you get it from!!! Please educate yourself and your viewers.

  • I used to have the same issue with things like berries getting mushy and mouldy very quickly but years ago, I learned a tip to put them in a bowl with 1:10 vinegar water ratios and now my berries usually last more than a week while still looking fresh. I make sure the water is really cold and I only leave the berries in the bowl for a few minutes, rinsing them thoroughly after. It also works well for grapes!

  • I love how this channel is partially a relationship vlog of these two. They’re so authentic, never trying to be anything they’re not.

  • Frozen pomegranate and frozen avocado?!?!? Yes!!! I gotta find these in my supermarkets. Haven’t seen them yet. Thanks! ����

  • PLEASE CHECK THE SMALL PRINT ON FROZEN FISH….I ALWAYS PURCHASE WILD CAUGHT SALMOND, HALLIBUT, ETC ONLY USA….MOST FROZEN FISH, SHRIMP, ETC IS FROM CHINA, INDIA, VIETNAM, OYHER COUNTRIES…….ALS O VEGETABLES/FRUITS

  • I purchase fresh kale, blueberries, pineapples….etc, wash, prep and pot in freezer bags and freeze for later use. I prefer steamed frozen than regular frozen…process is healthier. Corn must be organic!

  • We have always kept the freezer at 0 degrees and double wrap every thing. Inventory list is the best way to not waste food. Don`t do like some and have to throw out a week or two of frozen food each year.

  • Mashed always assumes their audience is doing something wrong the whole time. I’m looking forward to “You’ve Been Watching YouTube Videos Wrong This Whole Time” (Mashed would probably recommend no pants while blindfolded).

  • Please make Scooby Snacks from Scooby-Doo, the Eat Me cookies from Alice in Wonderland, Pretty Patties from Sponge Bob, and the Good Burger from Good Burger

  • you have a great presence but PLEASE get the “like” out of your speech pattern. It is annoying and makes you sound like some teenage idiot

  • There’s a product made by “Debbie Meyers” inventor of the “Green Bags”. She now makes “Green Containers”, with no BPA manufactured with some sort of special plastic that keeps your Berries and Greens fresh 3 to 5 times longer. I invested in them because, I’m widowed and my children are grown but I still continue to shop at Costco‘s. I was doubtful at first but, delightfully surprised how amazing they work. You can buy them on Amazon.com or HSN. They come in a multitude of beautiful colors. I even have one that holds a loaf of bread and my 15 Grain Bread has stayed fresh & mold free for a month! It is unbelievable, but I swear it’s true! I definitely buy lots of things frozen but, somethings I just prefer Fresh. I really enjoy your videos and subscribe to your channel last week when YouTube suggested your channel. Thank You for all your hard work! ����������������������

  • Such an interesting and fun video! All kinds of the breakfast you recommend look so delicious and easy! But personally I like the 11th one because it fits my taste, I guess. Thank you for always posting informative video. Stay safe!

  • There is nothing, I repeat NOTHING wrong with GMOs and corn is GM no matter where you get it from!!! Please educate yourself and your viewers.

  • just bought your cookbook last week, amazing results i can feel man the change in my apetite and body as well (too early to see changes in. body though), and i dont eat meat i am a vegetarian great meals man, love the pancakes wraps and french toast, and thanks for letting me know about pb peanut butter thank you soo much

  • Amanda, you’ve provided an excellent and comprehensive overview of car camp breakfast options. I love hearing another persons ideas and always learn something I had not thought of.
    Here are a few additional nuggets from my family’s experiences of anyone cares to read on:

    • eggs often crack in transit and make a real mess. We now pre-crack our eggs and pour them into a Rubbermaid bottle that easily holds a dozen. You obviously have to keep in cooler or 12v fridge. They are then ready to just pour out into your heated skillet.

    • for egg sandwiches, keep a few mason jar lid rings in you camp box. Set on your hot skillet, plop in a small pat of butter, then pour in some egg for a well formed egg “patty” for sandwiches.

    • Coleman style camp stoves have two burners; while you are cooking meat and/or eggs on one side, use the other to toast your muffin, bagel or bread. I just use set on skillet w/pat of butter in it.

    • My family both car camps and backpacks. Dehydrated foods are a staple in the backcountry where everything must be shelf stable and weight is paramount, but over time, I’ve come to use it for an ever greater portions of our front country cooking as well. As for breakfast items, in addition to oatmeal and pancake mix’s discussed in the video, I also love dehydrated hash brown potatoes (can mix lots of stuff into them) and frequently use powdered milk, eggs, butter, tomato sauce and cheese. They allow you to stay out longer and pack lighter.

    • Last point, consider buying bulk packs of single serve condiments, such as syrup, PB, jelly, ketchup/mustard, hot sauce, relish, mayo, honey, etc… For most trips, you really don’t need much of these items. Instead of having your pantry box full of heavy jars/bottles you will barely use (most require refrigeration once opened so there goes your cooler space), just bring packets based on menu and # people. Stored properly, they last a long time. They are then ready for you to quickly grab & go when packing out and they also become part of your home emergency food stockage (along with dehydrated goods mentioned above).
    Apologies for such a run on “comment”

  • Great video! Where do you buy the frozen fish? Do you get it at Costco? Just wondering because I saw frozen salmon at Costco and I’m just wondering if it tastes good. ��

  • You should make the Egg custard tart. It’s an earth tribe dish that was seen in Avatar the last airbender, Season 1 episode 11 “The Great Divide”

  • Thank you so much for this! There are a few things I have never thought to look for in the frozen isle. Pomegranate seeds and avocado are two of my favorites for smoothies.

  • Some of those are great because you can’t find them fresh all year (for example peas, corn though you can get them in better packaging, such as jars or cans), but for mango, avocado, etc, it is so wasteful to use these frozen versions in bags, especially since, as far as I know, they cannot be recycled.:( It really doesn’t take that long to peel and cut an avocado or a mango and planning ahead means you can get not ready avocados and allow tem to get ripe before using.

  • Most of these are a good idea.. however, environment-wise I don’t know if I’d be on board buying alll those bags of frozen produce.

  • I don’t believe any of these so-called experts on foods in the freezer. FIRST they almost never tell you that the food will not become harmful that “spoil” here means only the flavor has been slightly altered. I have a nose like a golden retriever and the tastebuds to go along with it. Being a cheapskate, and having experimented over the last 20 years, I can give you my SECOND point I think you can extend the “freezer life expectancies” by 3x. Instead of 2-3 months, think 6-9 months. Instead of a year, think 3 years. (OK, I have never gone beyond 2 years and 1 month for a steak, but I may run the experiment). The texture indeed goes down, but rarely the flavor. Once you know that the less-than-perfect texture is your imagination and not a sign that the food is bad, you realize it is good enough to eat. Frozen vegetables become brownish and shriveled. But did you notice that broccoli in the microwaveable dinners? No different than “expired” food from your own freezer.

    Stop being squeamish about food safety. What do you think they did before refrigeration?

  • just bought your cookbook last week, amazing results i can feel man the change in my apetite and body as well (too early to see changes in. body though), and i dont eat meat i am a vegetarian great meals man, love the pancakes wraps and french toast, and thanks for letting me know about pb peanut butter thank you soo much

  • Pomogranet seeds frozen are a life changer. I get then anytime I see them and I literally open the bag and grab a spoon and eat them right out the bag ������‍♀️��

  • at first I watched you mixing 10000 loilpops together or….maybe 1000, I dont remember, anyway from then I was addicted to your channel.your presentation is pawsome I mean you are a real cat lover…and I love you Wengie

  • I just LOVE the way you people tell viewers to “like and/or subscribe” to your videos before they’re viewed. I DID pause…. to let you know I will NOT watch a second more of your video.
    How about you complete the video and THEN ask for the “likes & subscriptions”… if you must?

  • This is a great list! I didn’t know you could get pomegranate arils frozen, definitely going to have to find them!

    My husband and I eat a lot of roasted veggies. I typically buy a lot of broccoli and green beans frozen so I have some easy veggies to make for dinner.

    The only thing I kinda disagree with is berries. I find the flash freezing they do with berries messes with the texture too much for my enjoyment. I got some of those Rubbermaid produce savers though and they work WONDERS for the shelf life of my berries and greens:)

  • So when Greg talks about the protein icecream he just means the protein shake from the cookbook? I can’t actually find an icecream recipe in the book.

  • Fyi. Organic does Not mean gmo free.

    Organic produced or involving production without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or other artificial agents.

    Not gmo free.

    2nd fyi. I read somewhere that corn & soybeans (edamame) have been genetically modified for so long that it’s impossible to find non-gmo corn or soy.

  • Why is it a “problem” for you it fish la defrosted? I mean I don’t know there but in Italy it needs to be frozen ad soon ad It is caught for safety against micro organisms… maybe you mean that the one you buy has often been frozen for a long period of time and then defrosted when it’s time for the selling?
    (Just a question love you and your videos)

  • I’ve made guacamole from frozen avocado before. it works perfectly because they are high in fat and therefore don’t change that much when frozen… unlike cucumbers for example that have a high water content.

  • Sorry, i felt the urge to comment. Tha fact that it is organic does not mean that it is not genetically modified. Organic refers to the way it is cultivated, GMO is about the DNA itself

  • I love buying chopped onions frozen. I don’t have to worry about dicing an onion, the onion doesn’t go bad, and I don’t have to wait for them to thaw-I can just throw them in my skillet to saute.

  • I have done all of them wrong D:
    Well, I don’t rly eat mangos, kiwi, and salad, I do love mangos tho, but I don’t eat them often because we never buy them, i don’t think I have eaten a kiwi, I want to tho, and I kinda like salad, but not a lot

  • I buy a lot of these freeze dried from Thrive life and it’s awesome! After I open it there is a 12 month shelf life. Thank you for another great video!

  • Including reheating instructions on the label is sooo smart. As someone w a tiny freezer, i often remove frozen food from its box to make more food fit. Then i forget the microwave instructions smh

  • Most of this was spot on. The only thing, when labeling your foods, don’t use tape on the bags or containers. I’ve learned that after about a week, moisture caused by the freezing process will affect most tape and the label will end up in the bottom somewhere and you’ll have no idea what is in the container or when it was placed there. Your best bet is a vacuum seal system and a sharpie to mark down the info on the sealed bag. BTW… I had a bit of a chuckle when I saw the Foodsaver in the video. I use the same one shown.

  • Great video! Where do you buy the frozen fish? Do you get it at Costco? Just wondering because I saw frozen salmon at Costco and I’m just wondering if it tastes good. ��

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  • I ll take the healthy protein blizzard at all times. Won’t ever change my mind either to eat unhealthy except those handles franchises have the absolute best ice cream I ve ever tasted hands down. If you don’t have one in your town, buy the franchise and thank me later.

  • You can freeze eggs without the shell. Frozen eggs can be kept in the freezer up to a year. Just crack the egg into ice cube trays, or silicone muffin cups, etc. Then add them to a bag and keep in the freezer until needed.

  • If you have a dented can and are about to throw it away because of safety reasons. It will tell you if the can has openings in it.

  • I agree with almost everything here, and fish for sure but you should always try to get these thing s fresh over frozen as a rule, and be proactive and freeze them before they go bad, especially berries! The enzymes and nutrients in raw fresh produce is what your eating them for in the first place, and very little of those vital nutrients and enzymes survive freezing, and so your kind of just eating empty food… always beat to eat as fresh as possible!

  • We have always kept the freezer at 0 degrees and double wrap every thing. Inventory list is the best way to not waste food. Don`t do like some and have to throw out a week or two of frozen food each year.

  • Mashed always assumes their audience is doing something wrong the whole time. I’m looking forward to “You’ve Been Watching YouTube Videos Wrong This Whole Time” (Mashed would probably recommend no pants while blindfolded).

  • I don’t believe any of these so-called experts on foods in the freezer. FIRST they almost never tell you that the food will not become harmful that “spoil” here means only the flavor has been slightly altered. I have a nose like a golden retriever and the tastebuds to go along with it. Being a cheapskate, and having experimented over the last 20 years, I can give you my SECOND point I think you can extend the “freezer life expectancies” by 3x. Instead of 2-3 months, think 6-9 months. Instead of a year, think 3 years. (OK, I have never gone beyond 2 years and 1 month for a steak, but I may run the experiment). The texture indeed goes down, but rarely the flavor. Once you know that the less-than-perfect texture is your imagination and not a sign that the food is bad, you realize it is good enough to eat. Frozen vegetables become brownish and shriveled. But did you notice that broccoli in the microwaveable dinners? No different than “expired” food from your own freezer.

    Stop being squeamish about food safety. What do you think they did before refrigeration?

  • Not sure what stabilizer you have but it shouldn’t be doing that, its clearly faulty orrrr you have a camera that’s too heavy for it attached, causing it to crash. One or the other option:)

  • Amanda, you hit on several of our favorite camping breakfasts as well. As my husband and I were watching your video, he was putting his hand on my shoulder and smiling at me as you mentioned meal after meal that we love. One we hadn’t thought of was the breakfast quesadilla. That looks delicious! We will need to try that!

  • I always buy frozen green beans (except occasionally at a farmer’s market) because they’ve been frozen immediately after harvest and I don’t have to snap the ends off myself. I use at least one package a week in stir fries and other one pan dishes. I also steam them quickly to keep them nice and green.

  • I found a new dark horse ingredient in the protein ice cream game…… wheat gluten (two teaspoons will make even an all ice shake nice and thick)

  • Omg pomegranates comes frozen �� I’m totally shocked because I have been wishing for this �� have a drink recipe I want to make and I need pomegranates and fresh ones are sooo hard to find now

  • Why is it a “problem” for you it fish la defrosted? I mean I don’t know there but in Italy it needs to be frozen ad soon ad It is caught for safety against micro organisms… maybe you mean that the one you buy has often been frozen for a long period of time and then defrosted when it’s time for the selling?
    (Just a question love you and your videos)

  • Another thing, our local Fred Meyer carry’s a pepper mix, (Red, Green, Yellow) and onions blend that I found is a great thing to have on hand for omelets and Italian Sausage. Saves a lot of prep time having to cut all that stuff up and not having to buy different color peppers.

  • Could you please help me Coach Greg? In one of your vids you mentioned the Ryse protein flavors you live the most. Could you please let me know which ones they are? I can’t find the video. I just got the Peanut Butter Cup which I love. I want to order a different flavor. Thank you in advance! ����

  • Please stop promoting avocado as convenient food. It as all but convenient. Overconsumption of avocado is very bad for environment and for human rights.

  • So when Greg talks about the protein icecream he just means the protein shake from the cookbook? I can’t actually find an icecream recipe in the book.

  • Omg pomegranates comes frozen �� I’m totally shocked because I have been wishing for this �� have a drink recipe I want to make and I need pomegranates and fresh ones are sooo hard to find now

  • I made a salad too but it was a bit different. The recipe is chopped cherry tomatoes,avocado,coleslaw,fresh green leaves and balsamic. Btw its better to make it in a jar because you can pop a lid on so you can shake it. You shake it to get the balsamic everywhere

  • Hi Amanda I’m new to your channel and was just curious to where you buy a lot of your snacks and meals that you don’t do from home at?

  • Fyi. Organic does Not mean gmo free.

    Organic produced or involving production without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or other artificial agents.

    Not gmo free.

    2nd fyi. I read somewhere that corn & soybeans (edamame) have been genetically modified for so long that it’s impossible to find non-gmo corn or soy.

  • The largest Blizzard used to be a quart (in the U.S. anyway), but they got rid of that. The largest is just 20 oz now, I think. That change was 15 or 20 years ago. DQ isn’t the only place that turns their shakes over. Ted Drewes in STL was doing that with their Concretes 40 or 50 years ago.

  • I ll take the healthy protein blizzard at all times. Won’t ever change my mind either to eat unhealthy except those handles franchises have the absolute best ice cream I ve ever tasted hands down. If you don’t have one in your town, buy the franchise and thank me later.

  • I buy a lot of fruits and vegetables in season and freeze them. I fortunate to have several farmers markets close by and by getting to know the growers I can buy in bulk and save quite a bit. I’ve frozen apples, berries, melon, and corn, to name a few. The corn I freeze right in the husk. I have berrie bushes in my yard and just pick and freeze. I live in a rural part of Maine with many organic farmers close by.

  • Was trying to watch this yesterday without earbuds. It was the first time my wife heard one of these videos in the background and after like 2 minutes she was like “who is that!? His voice is so annoying!” I just started laughing and told her everyone says that….I love the videos keep them coming.

  • Frozen avocado, such a waste of money and plastic the same goes for frozen butternut squash… You Can steam it and freeze it on your own.such a waste of money also

  • How to eat a mango, kiwi! Food you been eating wrong!
    Instead of scooping just eat it wi5 the skin! Has more vitamins and is editable

  • Good thing you didn’t choose southern watertribe sea prune soup
    And you’re the first to even mention gyatso’s pie SO HAPPY TO SEE THIS FINALLY EXISTS

  • I always did the banana one right. I just cut that part off, since I hate mushy bananas, and when I peel the stem, it gets mushy on top.

  • Hi Feast of Fiction You guys are the best I hope one day to cook as good as you I’m actually making this with my friends tommorow I hope to be a good cook like you guys.

  • Hi. I have just finished watching your video you said you cannot freeze eggs. If you crack your eggs whisk together and put contents into a plastic freezer bag and then freeze. They will last for up to 3 months it’s in the freezer. We had hen sometimes you have far too many eggs so it’s a handy way to have eggs when the hens are not laying so well.

  • I’ve tried guacamole with frozen avocados and it’s not nearly as good. Also, frozen pomegranate seeds don’t taste great to me when defrosted. But I always use frozen mango and pineapple for smoothies, taste great, keep the smoothie nice and cold and so easy.

  • Great video. Could you maybe make Alcreamie the Pokemon in his Dynamax-form? It looks like a delicious cake and seems to have great flavours from what you read in the pokedex entries of the differently coloured forms:))

  • You could just buy fresh food and freeze them. It’s better for your environment because of the less use of plastic and it’s healthier because most of the time those frozen foods have additives.

  • The only problem i have with this recipe is that they are too small. The ones in the show are the size of a small dinner plate in circumference.