Vegetables such as carrots, courgettes and peppers can be chopped and frozen easily. I't’s a good idea to lay them flat in the freezer first on a tray and let them freeze without sticking to each other. They can then be moved to an air tight box, jar or bag in the freezer for easier storage and to avoid freezer burn, which often effects the flavour.
Vegetables and fruits with higher water content, such as tomatoes or peaches can be frozen whole or pureed and put into ice cube trays, before placing in a container. Berries can also be frozen whole to be added into puddings at a later date.Read More