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walker | Dec 20, 201905:00 PM     7

For the first time, this year I'm mixing up the stuffing (I always do a double recipe!) ahead of time and will freeze it until day before, will then put it into the fridge. I've already cut and toasted in the oven the sourdough bread. Now I've chopped onions, shallot, leeks, chives, celery, a bit of garlic. Will also have fresh water chestnuts, sliced, Rome Beauty apple, fresh thyme, fresh sage, slivered almonds, Bell's Seasoning. It's my favorite part! No, the gravy is. No, the cranberry sauce is. No, it's the mashed potatoes.

My question: After everything gets mixed with the broth, do I put it in a container in the freezer then day of do I bake it the way recipe states OR do I bake it today, let it come to room temp then freeze until day before Christmas?

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