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#1 of 3 Old 08-09-2006, 06:35 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Or will the lentils get mushy? It's got potatoes in it, too, and I know they will probably mush up a bit. It's the lentils I'm mostly concerned about. Rice freezes well, right?

I tend to get a bit over-enthusiastic with my vegetables and add-ins when making soup. I've got way too much final product, and I'm going to need to do something with the leftovers because we'll never eat them all.

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Lentils freeze just fine. They might be a little softer, but not by much.
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I freeze leftover lentil soup all the time and it is still really good left over!

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