Freezing Fresh Vegetables

Why should you not freeze fresh vegetables?


No Blanch Method

I don't have a lot of time to blanch all the veggies and herbs from my garden. As long as you snap freeze them in the condition you'll need them when they are thawed, i.e., sliced, halved, etc., on a tray, separately, they are fine to just use straight from the freezer. I freeze zucchini, cauliflower, broccoli, and Brussel sprouts to name just a few, this way and they taste wonderful when steamed, baked, used in stir-fry, etc. Just make sure they are frozen in pieces, not in a clump, so you can use what you need.


By 1stSharyn


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