Today I baked some liquid eggs, see the picture below. After baking, there was no liquid in the eggs any more. I waited till them became lukewarm, and put them inside a plastic bag used for packaging frozen vegetables before. I continue to keep the bag of baked eggs at the room temperature, and after a while, I found a lot of water dripping from the outside of the bag.
I doubt that the bag is leaking. But why is there so much water? The liquid eggs are no longer liquid, why give off so much water when cooling down?
Shall I avoid the water before putting the baked eggs into the freezer?
How can I deal the water from cooked food better than letting the water dripping from the bag?
I remember after I baked a turkey and put its pieces in plastic bags into the freezer, I found some ice in the same bags. Did the ice also come into being for the same reason as the water from the baked eggs?