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Using Up Overripe Fruit

Whenever you have fruit that is close to going bad, instead of throwing it away, just cut, chop, or puree it in a blender and freeze in appropriate size containers for future baking or for yummy smoothies.

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September 28, 20130 found this helpful

I do this all the time. I buy fresh veggies and fruit and puree them and put them in ice cube trays then put them in a zip lock bag and mark them for the freezer. This makes making smoothies quick. I also buy lemons in large bags, quarter them and freeze them. I like a hot lemon drink first thing in the morning and when company comes over for tea or a glass of H2O ....no mess.

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January 23, 20170 found this helpful

Good idea.

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