Originally Posted by Oldvine
I used to bring along boiled, oiled pasta on our camping outings. Keeping it cold it lasted at least a week. Other than that, I agree, pasta will cook almost as quickly as heating the pasta. If you really want to freeze it, do a test and freeze a little to see how you system will work in your house. But I think fooling around trying to defrost it won't be worth it.
I'm with the "not worth freezing" lobby on this, too. Freezing pasta in a bake with a sauce or a lasagne or something like that works and is worth while but I don't think the OP would be saving herself anything by freezing "undressed" pasta.
Home-made pasta is another story. It freezes well uncooked and only takes 2-3 minutes to cook from frozen.