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Starr5678 | Aug 28, 201202:46 PM     90

I make my own broth and have been struggling to find an easy frozen storage solution. I want to freeze in 1 cup portions, since that is what I use most often. I have been premeasuring the broth, pouring it into Ziplock bags, freezing on a cookie sheet until flat and then stacking. Thawing these are proving difficult though. Whenever I thaw, the bags leak. I use name-brand, meant-for-freezer bags. And, forget thawing quickly - can't mircowave the bags.

Does anyone know of cup-size (or even 1/2-cup-size) molds? With all of the kitchen gadgets out there, there really should be something like this... at least I would think so. But, I haven't ever seen them.

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