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Freezing Dates

Can you freeze dates? If so, do you pit them first?

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February 4, 20102 found this helpful

Dates are dried fruits. They will keep a long time unfrozen but they might be subject to some sort of infestation. So freezing could be a good idea. Pitting them first might be a good idea but not necessary.
Actually, any fruit can be frozen, as is. I would lay the dates out on a cookie sheet and freeze and when frozen put them into a freezer container and back into the freezer so they can be unpacked individually.

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February 4, 20100 found this helpful

Only if you find out they are married, and then you have to slice them really thin. Sorry, really!

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