Freezing Plums?

Can you freeze plums and how do you do it?

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October 5, 20171 found this helpful

It is not hard to freeze plums

  1. You will need to cut the plums up in bite size pieces and remove the seed from the middle.
  2. Put them in a freezer zip lock storage bag and date on the bag.
  3. When you remove the bag you can make plum jam or eat the plums again.
  4. I wouldn't keep them in the freezer longer than 6 months.
  5. You can also use the vacuum seal bags to freeze the plums in.
  6. No matter how you cut them up it is best to remove the seed in the middle before freezing them.
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