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    Does leek and potato soup freeze well? Generally with potatoes I don't freeze, but I wondered if this would work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mariam View Post
    Does leek and potato soup freeze well? Generally with potatoes I don't freeze, but I wondered if this would work?
    I've never tried freezing that soup. It's so fast & easy to make that I don't really use it as a "make-ahead" meal.

    I have often frozen beef stew with potatoes, and shepherd's pie with mashed potatoes. In my experience, potatoes freeze & thaw very well, so I would expect it to work just fine.

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    We eat soup usually once a week.

    This is the easiest soup I make and my kids love it. You have to love lemon though.

    I could live off off this soup I modify this one to have less meat, more mushrooms as that is just my preference.

    West African Peanut soups/stews are yummy too
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