I last refilled my 10 liters cooking gas cylinder in December 2016. Err... before Christmas I guess. So today, April 15, 2017, I tried lighting the stove, only for me to realize that I was out of cooking gas. - Anyhoo the gas guy came to my rescue.
I love my kitchen so much that I keep tabs on everything that goes on in my kitchen - Well till I get married - but till then, "MY Kitchen Is My Kitchen."
So today, I learned something new from a friend about storing liquids in your refrigerator. - What did I learn?
- Freeze Liquids In Useable Potions!
Most people love to cook at weekends so, during the weekdays, they just take from what they had frozen. So the trick is when freezing for the week, freeze in useable portions.
When you make your soup, stew and all of the liquid stuff, turn them into flat squared or rectangular plates with lids. that way, you don't have to defrost all of the soup.
So for each day of the week, you finish every plate of soup you defrost. Also, Make sure you freeze your foods as flat as possible. The flatter and wider, the faster they'll freeze and defrost.