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  • Katya Muro

    freeze green onions in a plastic bottle - and other handy tips

  • Zoe Weller

    Freeze green onions in a plastic bottle, and other helpful tips

  • ⭐️Nicki Sambrato⭐️

    Freeze green onions in a plastic bottle. Such a good idea!

  • Jennie Davis

    To freeze green onions or other fresh herbs use plastic drink bottles as handy dispensers. Put them into a clean old water bottle, use a permanent marker to label the bottle cap with the contents. Freeze. To use remove the cap, shake out just as much as you need, replace the cap and return to the freezer. The clear bottle allows you to quickly see what’s inside, and shaking things out of a bottle is quick and easy.

  • Cassi Murakami

    FOOD STORAGE :: Freeze green onions in water bottles - shake out the right amount and return to the freezer! :: lunchinabox.net = GREAT site | #greenonions #lunchinabox #waterbottle

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