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Old 02-18-2008, 03:40 PM   #1
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Help Cleo ! - Storing Oopsies

Hey Cleo ! I know you store your oopsies in a ziplock bag, partially open, but can you put them in a Tupperware container that doesnt have the lid fully closed? Just wondering, I was about to bake a lot of these tonight and was running out of ziplock bags, just didnt know if the Tupperware/to-go containers work also.

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Absolutely! I freeze them every weekend and take out a couple a day so I don't have to worry about baking after work. They turn out great! No loss of taste or texture.
Here's a quote from another thread. Hope this helps.
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Old 02-19-2008, 06:06 AM   #3
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You can use containers, sure! Just don't seal them all of the way (unless you freeze them).

I've also had good luck freezing them.
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this is good to know as mine were always getting soggy and i had to pitch a few of them
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Old 02-19-2008, 06:13 AM   #5
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Sleepy-- never pitch them. Place them on the counter and let them rest for 15-60 minutes. They always become more solid.
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Re: pitching them..

you can also make "garlic" toast out of the ones that get soggy..
just melt a little butter in a pan, sprinkle in some garlic powder and place them in the pan, flat side down..

these cook up really well like this..

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I pop some of the soggos in the toaster, too. They make GREAT french toast!
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I pop some of the soggos in the toaster, too. They make GREAT french toast!

I love this word, "Soggos"
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