Can I freeze uncooked ingredients?
When you unpack your box, we always recommend putting all meat and seafood in the fridge as soon as possible, but you can also put them in the freezer (except crustaceans [Prawns] and molluscs [scallops]) if you’d like to cook them a bit later as per packet instructions.
Please remember: Make sure you defrost meat/fish fully in the fridge before cooking. Never refreeze them once defrosted, and cook them within 24 hours of defrosting. Refreezing foods can affect texture and food safety, so it’s really important to follow these guidelines carefully.
Can I freeze cooked recipes?
You can freeze your cooked recipes, too. Make sure these recipes have cooled to room temperature within an hour of cooking before you freeze them, and use within one month of freezing.
When reheating, make sure the meal is piping hot before serving (if you have a thermometer, this will be 75°C).