I have a lot of recipes that call for 1 tbsp of tomato paste. I found I can freeze the rest of the can. I put 1 tbsp blobs on a wax paper covered cookie sheet, freeze, then store in a ziplock bag. (Ziplock brand bags are BPA, phthalate, and dioxin free. So is Saran Wrap brand wrap.)
I crockpot then freeze my own beans.
I love frozen grapes.
I make a great tomato and bean soup that we freeze then eat over eggs.
I buy 2 pound bags of shredded parmesan cheese really cheap at Costco. I throw the whole bag in the freezer and we slowly use it up.
I make my own veggie broth then freeze it in ice cube trays (sterilite brand is BPA and phthalate free.) I put the cubes in a ziplock bag then take them out in the amount I need (each cube is 2 tbsp.)
What foods do you freeze? I especially like when I can freeze small little leftovers like the tomato paste to keep from wasting food. I had leftover ricotta but I read it doesn't freeze well.