Frozen sandwiches !

@YesWay (3447)
September 17, 2017 2:08pm CST
In an effort to save money, hubby and I try to take sandwiches to work every day instead of buying them. Well this time I have an experiment. On Saturday I made a weeks worth of ham and mustard sandwiches, wrapped them all individually and put them in the freezer. Every night I will put two in the fridge to defrost every day. If this works it will save me time in the week which is great. Have you ever done this?
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@sharon6345 (138300)
• United States
17 Sep 17
No but I took food to work each day.
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@YesWay (3447)
17 Sep 17
It's so much better on the wallet isn't it @sharon6345
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@sharon6345 (138300)
• United States
17 Sep 17
@YesWay I been frugal for years I could not spend that kind of money while I have leftovers for lunch.
@YesWay (3447)
17 Sep 17
@sharon6345 that's exactly right
• United States
17 Sep 17
I have used frozen bread when making sandwiches. The sandwich keeps colder longer. Never froze a sandwich though.
@YesWay (3447)
17 Sep 17
Well I am hoping it will be ok @elusivebutterfly
• United States
17 Sep 17
@YesWay I would worry about moisture from the ham making the bread soggy as the ham thaws.
@YesWay (3447)
18 Sep 17
@ElusiveButterfly that's what I was worried about too so I will have to see how it goes.
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@LadyDuck (176483)
• Switzerland
18 Sep 17
It works, I have done this before and worked very well, not only with ham, but also using omelette or shredded meats.
@YesWay (3447)
18 Sep 17
Excellent news @ladyduck - thank you. This will save me time in the week. Which is a great thing, don't you think??
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@LadyDuck (176483)
• Switzerland
18 Sep 17
@YesWay Absolutely, I also did when I had very little time during the day.
@YesWay (3447)
18 Sep 17
@LadyDuck I just wish I'd known about this sooner!
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@mandala100 (50518)
• Hong Kong
17 Sep 17
@Yesway Not yet my friend. I hope it wouldn't change its taste. good luck in your experiemnet my friend.
@YesWay (3447)
17 Sep 17
Thank you @mandala100 - if it is ok it will save me heaps of time and money
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@mandala100 (50518)
• Hong Kong
23 Sep 17
@YesWay That's good to know my friend.
@YesWay (3447)
24 Sep 17
@Susan2015 (21688)
• United States
17 Sep 17
I make a few days worth and then stick them in the fridge.
@YesWay (3447)
17 Sep 17
And are they always ok @susan2015 ?
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@Susan2015 (21688)
• United States
17 Sep 17
@YesWay Most of the time yes.
@YesWay (3447)
17 Sep 17
@Susan2015 fingers crossed this week will work out well then!!
@kepweng (18622)
• Waikoloa, Hawaii
10 Oct 17
i try to eat a sandchwitch in a bit frozen beauce im gonna be late
@YesWay (3447)
10 Oct 17
@kepweng It is never so good being late is it?
@marlina (77988)
• Canada
17 Sep 17
I hope that it will work out fine, let us know.
@YesWay (3447)
17 Sep 17
I will do @marlina thank you
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@Scrapper88 (1332)
• United States
17 Sep 17
It sounds like a good idea. It will also save you some money by going to a restaurant.
@YesWay (3447)
17 Sep 17
I hope so @scrapper88
@Corbin5 (116128)
• United States
17 Sep 17
I always took my lunch to work too. I never froze the sandwiches, but I would make grilled cheese sandwiches ahead of time and store them in the fridge. Did the same with veggie burgers.