Hmmm. Maybe not. But here are the answers...
Q: Jen asked if you can freeze coconut milk
A: Yes, you can freeze coconut milk though the texture may be a little different after thawing but it won't matter if you plan to use it in cooking anyway. Give it a good shake/stir after defrosting and it will help with the consistency.
Q: Helen asked if bocconcini cheese can be frozen
A: Yes, you can freeze bocconcini cheese. It's a normal-fat cheese so it should be fine (low-fat cheeses don't freeze too well). You can freeze it in the water/brine or out of the water.
Also, I'd only use it for cooking (eg on pizza) after freezing/defrosting as it might be a little different to fresh bocconcini. But it's still better to freeze it and use on a pizza than waste it.
Q: Sarah asked if you can freeze lemon zest
A: Yes, it freezes well. Simply zest the lemon and store the zest in a small ziplock bag in the freezer. Don't forget that lots of food items are listed in the Can I freeze it: A to Z guide on the left side of the blog, including lemon/orange/lime zest and juice.
Q: Kellie asked if slices can be frozen (also known as tray bakes in some parts of the world)
A: Yes, slices and brownies freeze well. There are some recipes in the FROST BITE books but most slices will freeze well, though if they contain gelatin or custard I would avoid freezing them.
Q: Marti asks if you can freeze jam donuts
A: Yes, you can freeze jam donuts, or most donut for that matter. Stock up when they're on sale at the supermarket then keep in the freezer for a snack or for lunchboxes.