Asked in PhysicsChemistry
Does plastic freeze?
February 01, 2009 2:40AM
Plastic does not freeze, trust me I have tried it! Polyethylene, polyurethane and the rest of the hydrocarbon polymers are non-cyystalline solids. They, by definition, have no freezing point.
Does water freeze faster in a can or plastic container?
Is there a problem keeping plastic bags in the fridge?
Asked in Freezing and Drying Food
Can you freeze left over meals in those paper plates?
Asked in Meat
Is it better to freeze meat in freezer paper or plastic?
Asked in Cakes, Freezing and Drying Food, Carrot Cake
Can you freeze a carrot cake?
Asked in Cooking Measurements, Volume
Will water freeze faster in a plastic cup or a metal cup?
Asked in Soups and Stews
Can you freeze split pea soup?
Split pea soup is easy to freeze. The soup does separate a bit when frozen, but returns to a creamy texture when reheated on the stove top. A little bit of water or milk can also be added to the soup during the reheating. Some people freeze soup in single-serve plastic containers or you can freeze the soup in freezer plastic bags. If you lay them down they'll freeze flat and make for easier storage.