14. Fried Foods
Too bad for those mozzarella sticks you love so much! Foods that are fried can lose all their tasty texture, as the crunch can disappear if you were to put the leftover in the freezer. If you’re making a batch of home-cooked chicken nuggets and plan to store them in the freezer, you should consider skipping the fryer and instead try to bake the meal in the oven first.
13. Eggs in Their Shell
If you’re looking for a way to keep eggs in their shells longer, you should definitely avoid the use of a freezer. The water inside the egg expands when frozen, which can cause the outer shell to crack and become susceptible to bacteria. If you want to freeze eggs, then be sure to first take them out of their shell, beat them until fully blended and store them in an airtight container.
12. Soft Cheese
Storing soft cheese in your freezer will produce similar results as storing milk. When it comes time to eat them, you’ll be eating watery lumps, which can often ruin the texture of foods like cream cheese, sour cream, and ricotta.