Freezing food will keep it from spoiling, but the quality will still deteriorate over time.
Essentially, no food benefits from storage.
Be sure to properly package steak, fish, burgers, and chicken if you plan to marinate and freeze them.
Plan to use frozen foods as soon as possible.
Here are some general guidelines for frozen food storage success.
For best results, package foods for freezing in bags or containers designed for freezers, or wrap food in foil or plastic bags.
Note that it is unsafe to freeze foods in cans or glass. Freeze only fresh foods, and don't refreeze foods.
When preparing foods for the freezer, always make the fitting as airtight as possible around the item you're freezing.
When using freezer bags, push the air out slowly, starting at the bottom of the bag, and pushing your way up to the zipper.
Do not freeze meats in their supermarket wraps. These wraps are designed to breathe.
Remember, proper packaging prevents that icky freezer burn. It looks gross, but if you cut away the dry ("burned") areas, it's usually safe to eat.
Get in the habit of writing the date on your bags or containers and always try to use the oldest first. And remember to check your freezer temperature regularly to make sure it's between 0 F and 5 F.
Don't rely on the little freezer gauge (1-5). Get a freezer thermometer instead.
Freezing foods helps keep them fresh, but they still won't last forever.
Here are some general guidelines for frozen food storage: