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Frozen pasta question

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It says that you can freeze pasta for 1 month. Is this just down to
taste or does it develop bacteria?
1st Oct 2007, 21:33   | tags:

beth says:

don't most things say one month on them ?

1st Oct 2007, 21:34

Steve says:

It varies, seen 3 months on some stuff. I think the food looses texture rather than being bad for you, but I really don't know for sure.

1st Oct 2007, 21:37

swamprose says:

and then serve it to friends and wait to see what happens.

bottom of my freezer has not seen the light of day in years.

1st Oct 2007, 22:23

Steve says:

I know that someone on here will have the answer, google isn't to forth coming.

1st Oct 2007, 22:28

beth says:

i've seen so many euphro questions recently.. i think he must be a busy man these days..

1st Oct 2007, 22:40

swamprose says:

Having a Euphro is better than Google.

1st Oct 2007, 22:43

Steve says:

There should be an ask Euphro shared blog

1st Oct 2007, 22:44

anonymous says:

According to the US Food and Drug Administration, "Safe food that was properly handled and stored at 0° F (-18° C) will remain safe. Only the quality of foods suffers with lengthy freezer storage. Tenderness, flavor, aroma, juiciness, and color of frozen foods can all be affected."

2nd Oct 2007, 00:49

hildegard says:

Bother, that was me. Oh well, now I'm logged in, I'll give the reference;

2nd Oct 2007, 00:51

Steve says:

Not sure what temp our freezer runs at.

2nd Oct 2007, 00:52

Steve says:

Thanks for taking the time though

2nd Oct 2007, 00:52

hildegard says:

-18 is standard for a domestic freezer, iceboxes manage rather less.

2nd Oct 2007, 00:53

hildegard says:

Used to work in food hygeine, job included testing ancient & whiffy food samples. Longed for the easy life in a frozen food factory. :)

2nd Oct 2007, 00:55

Steve says:

Cool beans, thanks!

Now I just have to work out if Tescos prepared it properly

2nd Oct 2007, 00:55

Steve says:

And that is just one of the reasons that I love moblog

2nd Oct 2007, 01:02

FilbertFox says:

i keep pasta etc for months and months and months in the freezer before i eat it. And i aint dead yet - i don't think.

3rd Oct 2007, 21:38

Sazzle says:

i've never frozen it before lol... just usually leave it in the cupboard... i know for future reference now :D

4th Oct 2007, 16:09

Steve says:


Fresh pasta sazzle...

4th Oct 2007, 16:34

FilbertFox says:

update - still not dead, but getting closer

5th Oct 2007, 08:13