Can You Freeze Harvard Beets?

Can you freeze Harvard beets?

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Beets can be frozen or canned. Beets need to be cooked until tender before freezing and can be cut into cubes or slices before packing into freezer containers. Leave a 1/2 inch of head space. Seal, label, and freeze. Beets require pressure processing if they are to be canned. Good luck.

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