So I don't freeze the soup directly in the freezer bags. I find the hassle of getting the liquid soup into the bags too messy. But other people may be better at that.
I freeze the soup in small containers that are freezer safe.
Then so I don't have to own like 50 of these small containers, I take the frozen soup out of the container. And wrap it somehow before putting it back into the freezer.
I'm thinking placing multiple hunks of frozen soup into the same large freezer bags is probably going to be the easiest way for me to do it,
But I'm wondering if I should at least wrap the frozen soup in Saran Wrap before placing them in the freezer bag. What would be the benefit of wrapping them in Saran Wrap?
Also, does anyone have an easy method of getting the frozen soup out of the small containers? I'm currently using 2-cup size round glass containers made by Pyrex. They may actually be made of Pyrex, not glass. I'd need to go check. But how I get the soup out of the containers is turn them upside down and run hot water over them until I can push the frozen soup around and get it to fall out. It's kind of a pain.