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Should you freeze fresh shrimp in water?

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To freeze shrimp, cover with ice water, leaving enough headspace in the container for the water to expand when frozen. ... Use small or medium-size containers so the shrimp will freeze more quickly. Avoid using freezer bags, because the shrimp tails can puncture them, causing leaks.

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