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Yes! I usually freeze them on a sheet pan until firm, then transfer them to a freezer bag.
Yes, but heed lastnightsdinner advice and freeze them spread out on a sheet pan. I have a side by side fridge/freezer, so my freezer won't accommodate a sheet pan (it won't hold anything wider than about 9 inches). I made beautiful butternut squash gnocchi for Thanksgiving, and tried to freeze them by gently rolling them in parchment paper. They got all squished and deformed, and ended up being gluey and stiff. Not my finest moment by far.
It took a serious rearranging of my freezer, but it worked perfectly! Thanks for the tips.
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