Should dry goods be frozen to kill bugs before packaging for long-term storage? Yes and no. The answer depends on the situation.
In this video, we review when it might be appropriate to freeze foods before storage and the correct method to achieve the effective control of bugs and their eggs. We also talk about some popular methods that are not effective.
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