5 Fun Groceries Kitchn Staffers Currently Have in Their Freezers

updated May 1, 2019
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If you haven’t already noticed, we’ve been crushing on the freezer aisle lately here at Kitchn. In the past month alone, we’ve rounded up countless ways to turn frozen veggies into dinner, hand-selected the best frozen burritos for every occasion, and even investigated how the freezer aisle can help you eat more healthfully (just to name a few).

In short, there’s no shame in loving on frozen food. We asked a few Kitchn staffers what packaged items we’d find in their freezers right now, and here are their picks. Kitchn Editors, they’re just like us!

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“I’m not super on board with the cauliflower rice trend (because it’s cauliflower!) so I was hesitant to try this stuff. But then I did and I was so glad I gave it a chance. It crisps up and has a lot of pizza-y flavor (read: doesn’t taste like cauliflower).” — Lisa Freedman, Lifestyle Director

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“I’m obsessed with these new nice creams by Reveri. They are seriously delicious and entirely plant-based with no added sugar. They’re also the first store-bought nice creams I’ve seen.” — Grace Elkus, Senior Food Editor

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“I keep a zip-top bag full of these flour tortillas in my freezer so they don’t go bad. I heat them up by putting them directly onto my gas burner. They’re great for quick breakfast tacos.” — Ariel Knutson, News & Culture Editor

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“Wagyu is supposed to be one of the world’s most expensive types of beef, but this box of frozen patties from only cost $8 (for 3). How? It’s technically Wagyu, but the cows are raised in the United States instead of Japan.” — Lauren Masur, Staff Writer

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5. Organic Brown Rice

I talk about this stuff all the time, but that’s because it’s really amazing. This time of year, I like to top it with pinto beans, avocado, plain Greek yogurt, hot sauce, and pickled radishes.Lauren Kodiak, Managing Editor