You guys have me wondering now. A few weeks ago, I made Black Bean Lasanga. I portioned out about half the pan (after eating off of it for a week), wrapped the pieces in foil, and put them all together in a plastic grocery bag, tied the ends, and stuck it in the freezer. The first piece was okay, the second was kind of grainy (I think this is because of the sour cream in the cheese portion...right? This should happen? I also think that happned because quite a few days went by before I ate it.)
I just took out piece three to defrost and plan to eat it for lunch, by heating it in the oven. What I want to know is if this was a good way to store the lasanga, and if it will last...should I do anything different to the last three pieces to preven freezer burn? I did unwrap the piece I'm going to eat...it looks a little dry, but that's it, not too many ice crystals or anything like that.
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