Most fruits and vegetables can't enter the harsh environment of the freezer and reemerge in fresh-off-the-tree condition, but they still have a use. Freeze leftover ginger root to later slice, boil, and steep into a digestive tea, or put your leftover tomatoes on ice to use in sauces after the season is long over. If you can't get through your crop of chestnuts, then roast them in the oven and freeze to enjoy later.
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