Cucumbers, which contain a lot of water, freeze well, but the thawing procedure can be a pain. After defrosting, cucumbers become limp and soggy.
Freezing pasta is likely worse than overcooking it and allowing it to absorb excess water. When removed from the freezer, it transforms into a mushy puddle once known as noodles.
Do not store coffee beans or grinds in the freezer; placing them in and removing them every morning will generate condensation and ultimately destroy the coffee.
Two words: wet muddle. When frozen, the crispy, crunchy fried portions will absorb moisture, and thawing this mess will only make the mushy situation worse.
Milk that has been frozen and thawed will be lumpy. You can cook with it, but you should let it sit in the fridge for a day to slowly thaw before using it.
When uncooked whole eggs are frozen, their gooey insides will expand, leaving a shattered and leaking mess. There's also the possibility of microbial growth.
When soft cheeses such as ricotta, cream cheese, and goat cheese are frozen and then thawed, they separate. This will radically alter the texture.
You'll be more likely to open a flat, hazy brew if you keep your beer in the freezer, which speeds up the maturing process.
It's OK to freeze peppers, but blanching them beforehand is necessary for them to defrost properly. If you don't, nothing will be the same after that.
It's not a good idea to put canned goods in the freezer. A large mess may left behind if the liquid within the can freezes, which will cause the can to expand or maybe explode.