Mum shares her ‘freezer hack’ for storing fruit and vegetables – but not everyone is convinced
- A mum from Sydney shared her freezer organisation tip for storing fruit and veg
- Rania posted on TikTok where she said she puts her frozen food in plastic tubs
- Many said this method doesn’t save on space and she can’t see expiry dates
- Others said they much prefer fresh fruit and veg to frozen, even if it’s nutritious
- Previously, another woman from NSW shared her top mince storage hack
A mum has divided the internet after sharing how she organises her freezer, and while many think it looks neat and uniform, others are confused by the fact that her method saves zero space.
The Sydney woman, called Rania, posted on TikTok, where she shared a clip of her unpacking new frozen peas, mixed veg, berries, banana and green beans into different sized plastic containers.
‘This is my freezer re-stock,’ Rania – who goes by Keep It Organised on TikTok – posted online.
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A mum divided the internet after sharing how she organises her freezer, as while many think it looks neat, others are confused by the fact that it saves zero space (method pictured)
While many said they like the look of having boxes stacked neatly on top of one another in the freezer, others weren’t so keen on the approach.
‘What’s wrong with keeping it in the bag? How will you know the expiry dates?’ one commenter posted.
Others took issue with the amount of frozen food Rania had:
‘Frozen food is full of chemicals,’ one commenter posted.
‘It’s all about fresh fruit and veg for me,’ another added.
However, many were quick to leap to her defence and say frozen food is often just as healthy, provided it has been ‘snap frozen’ to lock in the nutrients.
The Sydney woman, called Rania, posted on TikTok, where she shared a clip of her unpacking new fruit and veg into two different sizes of plastic containers (pictured)
Some didn’t like the fact that the method doesn’t save any space in the freezer, as the ‘containers take up more room than the bags’.
‘It seems a bit unnecessary,’ one commenter wrote.
Others just wanted to share their own solutions:
‘I think it would be a better option to divide the items into what you would serve per meal,’ one wrote.
‘Then, just take said container out when you need it.’
This isn’t the first storage method that has wowed the internet, with a fellow Australian mother previously sharing her ‘game-changing’ mince storage hack (pictured)
Ellen, from Wagga Wagga in New South Wales, said she and her family freeze mince and ground beef in Ziploc bags after buying it in bulk when it is on special offer (pictured)
This isn’t the first storage method that has wowed the internet, with a fellow Australian mother previously sharing her ‘game-changing’ mince storage hack.
Ellen, from Wagga Wagga in south-west New South Wales, said she and her family freeze mince and ground beef in Ziploc bags after buying it in bulk when it is on special offer.
By doing this, Ellen said she always has some mince meat when she wants it – and by flattening it with a rolling pin before she puts it in the freezer, she ensures that it doesn’t take up much space.