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So I want to freeze some soup I made into portions. I prefer glass to all else but have had too many explode on me to try freezing jars. I have silicone measuring cups and was thinking I would use the cup one as like a mold and then pop them into a freezer bag? Think it's ok for me to freeze the measuring cups? And other preservation ideas? <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/img/vbsmilies/smilies/eat.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Eat"> Thanks!
 

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All the silicone stuff I have says it's OK for freezing. I use my muffin pan for freezing "cubes" of stock. Once they are frozen I pop them out into a bag or something so that I can have my muffin pan back and the cubes don't get freezer burn.
 

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I have silicone ice cube trays. And I put my silicone muffin pans in the freezer all the time.
 

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Yep, I do it all the time. In fact last night I made mini stuffed meatloaves for dinner in silicone muffin cups and did the same thing, freeze then pop them out. I actually bought an extra set just for that purpose.<br><br>
Someone bought me silicone cake pans as gifts, and the last time I made a family sized fruit crisp I poured the fruit mixture in to the cake pans and froze them
 

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Yep, we do it all the time. We put the silicone muffin pan on a half-cookie sheet, then fill the cups and stick the whole thing in the freezer. Once frozen, we pop out the frozen bone broth and store in a different container in the freezer.
 
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