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    Save it for later - freezing leftover wine for drinks or cooking.

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    • Amy Fothergill

      Freeze leftover wine in ice cube trays and reuse as you need it. Such a smart idea for a half empty bottle of wine-- great for recipes

    • Bernadette Diodati

      Wine Ice Cubes - add leftover wine into ice cube tray. Freeze. Use for food recipes that call for wine.

    • Patrice Williford

      Freeze leftover wine in icecube trays to cook with later. I never even thought of doing that, but its a great idea! I might just use the wine cubes with a red wine spritzer!

    • Bella Vino Gift Baskets

      Awesome idea. You rarely use an entire bottle of red wine for cooking. Freeze it in ice cube trays so that it can be used for future recipes.

    • Lynn Myhre

      good idea if i ever had left over wine: pour your leftover wine (if you ever have leftover wine) into ice cube trays and freeze it. Next time you have a recipe that calls for wine just grab a few cubes and start cooking. other good household tips on this blog post.

    • Jen Black Designs

      Leftover #wine idea... Wine in ice cube tray. Save the cubes..... This would would fantastic to use in a Sangria Recipe or your #Party Drink recipes !! #fcpinpartners

    • Shanoon

      Pour your leftover wine into ice cube trays and freeze it. Next time you have a recipe that calls for wine just grab a few cubes and start cooking. Great Idea if you just have a little wine left at the end of dinner!

    • marja weckström

      Freeze leftover wine in ice cube trays to use in recipes at your convenience. Great cooking hack! :)

    • Jessica Newbury

      Here’s what you do: Fill your ice cube tray with leftover wine. In this case, it’s the Chianti I love to use for a specific red wine pan sauce. Before filling the ice cube tray measure how much liquid each cube holds. In my case, 3 cubes = 1/2 cup. Once the cubes freeze, just pop them out and stick them in a baggie. Wine does freeze, contrary to popular belief. It just doesn’t freeze as hard as water would. When you come across a recipe that calls for wine, just grab a few cubes and you’re set.

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