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Can I freeze soup in Pyrex

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Pyrex is a great product. It can withstand high temperatures and it's durable, but it has its limitations. When freezing soup in Pyrex, there are some things that you need to be careful of. When you do it right, the Pyrex will withstand the harsh temperatures and the glass will last. However, if you don't follow these instructions correctly then your Pyrex may crack or break due to extreme temperature changes while in transit or when being put back into storage after being removed from the freezer compartment of your refrigerator or freezer unit:

When it comes to freezing soup in Pyrex, you can do it. But there are some things that you need to be careful of. When you do it right, the Pyrex will withstand the harsh temperatures and the glass will last.

  • Make sure you don't overfill the Pyrex. You'll want to leave some room for expansion when freezing soup in Pyrexx. It's also a good idea to do a test run before freezing large quantities of soup.
  • If your Pyrex did not come with a lid, make sure that it fits tightly on the round bowl during storage and transport.
  • Don't put your frozen soup in the microwave or oven to heat up again after taking it out of the freezer. This can cause cracks in the glass or even breakage, especially if you use plastic lids or spoons while heating up food in these settings (which is dangerous). If you'd like to reheat leftover soup from frozen storage, try warming up on low power in an unheated pan on top of the stovetop instead!
  • Do not put any dishes containing food into either dishwashers or microwaves after having been used for freezing purposes; doing so may cause structural damage due to extreme temperature fluctuations between hot/cold cycles over time."

When freezing soup in Pyrex you want to make sure that you don't overfill it. This is important because when the liquid expands and turns into ice, it can crack or break the dish. So, try to not fill it up past 3/4 full and this should help with any worries about breaking the dish.

All of our dishes are made of heat-safe glass which means that they can be put in the freezer for use later on! Just remember to only freeze things that won't expand or spill out of your container once frozen; otherwise, you'll have a big mess on your hands (literally). For example: if your soup contains milk or cream, stick with plastic containers instead!

You also have to make sure that you're letting your soup cool down before putting it in the freezer. This is important because if you put a hot liquid into frozen temperatures, it can cause the glassware to crack or break.

The answer is yes. You can freeze soup in Pyrex, but you must be careful not to overfill the container and let it cool down before putting it in the freezer. If you're filling a glass container with hot liquid, it can cause the glassware to crack or break when frozen.

Takeaway:Pyrex is strong but when used incorrectly like dropping hot liquids into cold glassware, the glass can crack or break.

You should also avoid using metal utensils to mix your soup in because it can scratch and chip the surface of your Pyrex container.

When it comes to freezing soup in Pyrex, you can do it. But there are some things that you need to be careful of. When you do it right, the Pyrex will withstand the harsh temperatures and the glass will last.

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