SmilieFace and Mary, there isn't much that I haven't tried freezing. I also freeze bell peppers, celery and buy prepackaged bags of chopped onions for emergencies. I find the onions I buy that way don't smell up the freexer at all. I make a lot of soup in the Winter, so also quarter whole fresh tomatoes when in season, fresh parsley along with wedges of cabbage. Then again, there's the varieties of fruit; peaches, blueberries and rhubarb for cobblers. I even tried freezing sliced apples for pie and surprisingly it came out great. I've even got my DD doing the same thing and when she married, her new husband inquired why she would keep so many things in the freezer. She asked him if he'd like to keep running to the grocery store every time she needed something for cooking? Naturally, that calmed his inquisitive mind.