Found this online: http://www.ehow.com/how_6521142_freeze- … ables.html
How about putting them into a freezer. That works for me.
by Debby Bruck 6 years ago
Can you freeze arugala?I purchased a huge one pound package of fresh baby arugala leaves. I've been eating them up as salads, but there's still so much left. I'm afraid they will go rotten. Do you have suggestions? How do you prepare them after they have been frozen?
by Susan Zutautas 6 years ago
How do I dry out fresh cilantro?I bought a bunch of cilantro and I know that I'll have plenty left over after making my enchiladas. Is it possible to dry out and save what I have left over? If so how do I do this? Can I freeze it?
by Liz Elias 2 years ago
How can I figure out how long it takes ice cubes to freeze?
by Christin Sander 6 years ago
What is your favorite cold treat to beat the heat during a heat wave?We've had record high temps in my area (and lots of places actually!) If you could choose only ONE favorite cold treat on a steaming hot, humid 100+ degree day - what would you choose? Mine is ice cold grapes - so...
by Louis Taylor 8 years ago
Hi,The squashes are ripe here, and they always get rotten by Christmas because of the humid whetaher here, cannot really store them in a dry place. Anyone has experience in freezing them, or other methods please? I would love to make a bit of pumpkin pie with my home grown veggies at Christmas ...
by Mary Wickison 3 years ago
Does putting salt on fruit make it sweeter?I know many people who sprinkle salt on apples and also on citrus fruits saying it makes them sweeter. I also know an older Japanese woman who always soaks her strawberries in salt water she believes this also makes them sweeter. Does this work and what is...
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