I decided to freeze one. I hope that works okay after thawing.
I also had a fun idea, inspired by my purchases at the farmer's market (potatoes, kohlrabi) and my overflowing greens in the garden (kale, collards). I thought: oooh, hash browns and greens for breakfast! --or a quick meal. So to save time later, I prepped and froze the potatoes and greens.
Here's a whole bunch of kale and collards. I figured, I should start freezing this anyway to have during the winter:
Here they are packed into 3 1-gallon bags (one is only half-full):
I used the food processor to make "slaw" out of the potatoes:
Then packed them into bags for the freezer:
Then I thought, what about hash brown kohlrabi? I got this giant kohlrabi (some new version that isn't woody when it grows large):
I prepped that like the potatoes.
With all the cooking I did today, I also had lots of scraps. I made some veggie broth from some (for the tofu jambalaya), I froze some of them for future veggie broth, and the rest went out to compost. Here's some of the frozen ones:
I spent about 2 hours on the food prep, and another hour on cleanup:
But it was fun. I enjoyed it. My meals should be fun and easy this week. I'll try to post about it.