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How do you freeze oranges?

Eleanor from Connecticut

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December 18, 20061 found this helpful
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I've never frozen oranges, but I often freeze lemons, so I guess it would be pretty much the same. I freeze lemons by just sticking them in the freezer whole. When you need a lemon (or orange) put it/them in the microwave for about 30 seconds or so on high or just leave out to thaw.

Donna

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December 19, 20061 found this helpful
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I used to peel and section oranges and lay flat in a sealed baggie to freeze. In the summer, I would give my grandchildren frozen orange sections instead of popsicles. They loved them and it was a lot healthier for them. Make sure they are seedless.

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December 18, 20061 found this helpful

Peel, section, put sections flat in ziplock bag and freeze. This works very well.

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