b'3. Be a freezer hero!You can freeze pretty much everything! Some items change texture once defrosted so they may be better suited for cooking with instead. Did you know you can freeze: yoghurtbananas: peel andhard cheese wrap them or place inmilk an airtight containermeat before freezing fishbaked goods eggs, including boiled eggsrice: read our safetybread tips on page 8Anything with a high water content such as strawberriesand tomatoes will go squishy but are still fine to cook with.Frozen strawberries are ideal for blending into smoothies!When you get home with your shopping, transfer as much as you can straight into the freezer. If you have large packets of meat or fish, divide them up into reusable airtight containersor freezer bags and freeze. Liquids expand when frozen so make sure there is enough room to avoid spillages. Its a good idea to write the contents on the bag or container so you know what it is in 2 months time.Never re-freeze defrosted raw meat (including poultry)or fish without cooking it first. Once defrosted, it must becooked and cooled before refreezing.You can only re-freeze cooked meat and fish once.Scenario: You defrost raw mince and make spaghetti Bolognese for dinner. Can you freeze the leftovers?If you said yes, you are correct! As long as the food iscooled before freezing, you can refreeze the leftoversto eat another time.Frozen raw foods can be defrosted once and stored in the fridge for up to 24 hours before they need to be cooked.(www.nhs.uk/live-well/eat-well/how-to-store-food-and-leftovers/) 5'