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How To Freeze Rhubarb

Updated on April 9, 2018
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Rhubarb is a perennial so ours comes back every year.
Rhubarb is a perennial so ours comes back every year.

Harvesting this Early Spring Vegetable is Quite Easy

Rhubarb is a large leafed plant with edible stalks that grows like a bad weed anywhere that it gets the opportunity to be planted. It is a very hardy perennial.

Unfortunately it is a vegetable that often gets neglected when it shouldn't. Rather than being harvested along with the rest of the gardens riches rhubarb is often just left in the garden to decompose.

Your rhubarb really does not have to be left behind from the harvest. It is so very easy to harvest and to store.

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Preparing For The Freezer

1. You can either chop your rhubarb stalks low to the ground or you can pull the stalk out at their base up from the ground and out of the main rhubarb plant. Most people pull them so the stubs are not an issue on future growths.

2. Remove the rhubarb leaves as these are toxic and should never be eaten.

3. Wash the rhubarb stems thoroughly.

4. Remove any woody or damaged stems.

It Really is Quite Easy

You can freeze your stalks whole or you can dice your rhubarb into bite sized pieces.
You can freeze your stalks whole or you can dice your rhubarb into bite sized pieces.

There are a Number of Ways to Package it for Freezing

There are a number of methods for freezing rhubarb. Rhubarb can be put in airtight plastic bags or within plastic storage containers for freezing.

It can be frozen as whole stalks within either freezer bags or bread bags. It can be chopped and frozen in it's natural state, frozen with added sugar, or frozen within a syrup mixture.

I generally freeze my rhubarb plain as this is the easiest and quickest method to freeze this vegetable. I simply chop my rhubarb, pop it into the bags, and then into the freezer.

I do however place my rhubarb into a variety of different sized containers so I have an ample variety of sizes to select from. This insures that no matter how large a batch it is that I am choosing to cook that day I'll be sure to have the correct package in the freezer for my needs.

You Can Leave it Whole or Chop it up - It's Your Choice

Adding Sugar to Your Packages

If you are adding sugar in with your rhubarb, generally use about one part sugar for every four parts of rhubarb. You can stir your sugar and rhubarb within a bowl before bagging it or just dump the sugar into the bag over top of the rhubarb. Shake the container to coat.

Anyone who has ever eaten rhubarb plain knows that it is a very tart vegetable it is therefore best when it is combined with other fruits to give it a little more natural sweetness. For a more tasty treat in your recipes combine apples along with the rhubarb. Apples tend to compliment the flavor of rhubarb very nicely.

Don't forget to put the date on your packages before you put them in the freezer to insure that older batches are used first.

A Variety of Size Packages for Future Cooking Convenience

A Deliciously Nutritious Early Spring Vegetable.

Rhubarb has long been known for its health merits. The stem of the plant is rich in Anthraquinones. These substances are known for their laxative and cathartic or body cleansing abilities and provide for a natural body cleansing when ingested.

It was a standard plant in rural gardens but as produce became easier to purchase this plant was often treated as simply a decorative addition by those who did not realize its true potential. Looking much like a weed with its huge leafy foliage rhubarb is of late being once again more widely recognized for the tasty and nutritious food that it is.

Rhubarb is such an easy vegetable to preserve that it takes just minutes to prepare for freezing and once frozen it will maintain it's nutritional value for up to nine months. Rhubarb can be added into all kinds of tasty treats to add that little extra nutritional value to your desserts.

Recycle Your Plastics: They Can Come in Handy

Recycling Makes Sense

The containers that you use to freeze your rhubarb can be recycled ones. Margarine or yogurt containers work perfect for storing your gardens bounty.

In addition to being an economical option and saving more plastics from being created or thrown into a local landfill, reusing your plastic containers also gives you a wider range of various sized containers to choose from.

When freezing your rhubarb, as with all fruit or vegetables, try to put a variety of sized packages in your freezer for later use. Having a number of size options in your freezer will help prevent waste when baking.

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Apple - Rhubarb Crisp Recipe


2 cups flour

1 cup quick oats

1 cup old fashioned oats

2 cups lightly packed brown sugar

2 teaspoons cinnamon

1 cup non-hydrogenated margarine

2 cups diced rhubarb

2 cups diced apples

1/4 cup white sugar

Prepare the crumb mixture by creaming the margarine into the brown sugar. Add the next four ingredients and mix till crumbly.

Dice the fruit into small squares and mix with the white sugar.

Combine one quarter of the crumb mixture with the diced fruit in a baking pan. Pour the remaining crumb mixture atop the rhubarb, apple and crumb mixture.

Bake at 350 degrees for thirty five to forty five minutes. Top with ice cream, whipping cream or serve with a small amount of milk.


You can lessen the brown sugar to one cup if you like your crisp less sweet.

This crisp can also be prepared without the apples. Just replace apples with two cups of additional rhubarb.

Rhubarb and Apple are Natural Internal Cleansers for the Body

Malic Acid Will Help Remove Metal Toxins

I've already let you know that rhubarb is a natural cleanser for your body but did you know that apples will also help cleanse your body too?

Apples are well known for their rich vitamin content, but a less known fact is that the pectin / malic acid within apples can help to detoxify your system. It locks with heavy metal toxins such as aluminum and mercury and aides in their removal from the body. Apple - rhubarb pie what a yummy way to get a little healthier.

© 2009 Lorelei Cohen

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      Cynthia Sylvestermouse 3 years ago from United States

      Freezing rhubarb is something I have never tried before. Thank you for the in-depth and detailed instructions.

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      Susan Zutautas 3 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      No but I love rhubarb.

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      We've had rhubarb in our garden since we started it back in 2001. This is the first year that it's not doing well at all. A maple tree has grown up near it and I think it's too shady. I need to look up how to move it because I think it needs more sun. I'm sad without rhubarb this year!

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      John Dyhouse 3 years ago from UK

      We are never without rhubarb in the freezer. It is a marvellous staple and I love it in a crumble. The sweet pastry is a great foil to the tartness of the rhubarb.

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      RoadMonkey 3 years ago

      Yes, I love rhubarb and we have enough to share with neighbours too.

      Didn't know you could freeze rhubarb. Thanks.

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      Moe Wood 3 years ago from Eastern Ontario

      Excellent idea for harvesting from garden. I don't grow rhubarb. It was one of the first things I got rid of when we moved in. Hated it as a kid.

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      Lorelei Cohen 3 years ago from Canada

      @hikingagain: Yes it loses its crispness but maintains all its flavor. It works great in baking or jam.

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      hikingagain 3 years ago

      when you thaw the frozen rhubarb, is it mushy?

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      Corrinna Johnson 3 years ago from BC, Canada

      I have a big patch that is almost ready to be harvested! Can't wait to make a rhubarb pie!

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      Barbara Tremblay Cipak 4 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      I don't grow it, but my grandparents sure did and they made all their jams and pies with it - I remember picking them and dipping them in sugar to eat them when I was little -- good memories :)

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      Hal Gall 4 years ago from Bloomington, IN

      I love rhubarb pie with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream on top!

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      Lorelei Cohen 4 years ago from Canada

      @Tom Maybrier: I do so love it in apple crisp. I took one to a potluck once and one lady kept quizzing me because her apple crisp just did not taste like mine lol. Rhubarb just gives that little extra zing.

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      gregxavier 4 years ago

      My mom used to make a great Rhubarb pie,also when i was a kid i loved to it Rhubarb raw that my mom grew

      in her garden.Wow it was sour but i loved it!

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      DebMartin 4 years ago

      Oh do I love rhubarb. I never thought of adding the sugar before I freeze it. That certainly makes preparation easy. Although I guess it would take up more freezer space. I'll experiment. Thanks!

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      Tom Maybrier 4 years ago

      Rhubarb is so under-appreciated!

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      RoadMonkey 4 years ago

      Love rhubarb, especially with custard, and used to make rhubarb jam, many years ago, but never actually thought of freezing it!

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      Nnadi bonaventure Chima 4 years ago from Johanesburg

      Nice lens and important vegetable

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      Valerie Smith 4 years ago from New Zealand

      I used to grow my own rhubarb but haven't done so for a couple of years. Your lens makes me want to grow it again :)

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      ChanKaMun 4 years ago

      Great read. I don't normally plant stuff but I do have some lemongrass in my backyard which comes in pretty handy at times. Rhubarb seems like something I should have in my garden too.

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      Jack 4 years ago

      We used to have some plants in the garden and we made strawberry rhubarb pie a lot.

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      KentuckyGal LM 4 years ago

      Congratulations on LOTD! We don't even have a garden yet, because we just moved into this house last week. But it's got a GREAT garden space and my fingers are just itchin' to dig in the dirt! My mother was from Switzerland, and I remember some great recipes with rhubarb.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I don't but I do love it with strawberries. Upside-down strawberry and rhubarb cake - pretty good!

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      Judy Filarecki 4 years ago from SW Arizona and Northern New York

      I just got a few roots from a friend of mine so hopefully I will have my own rhubarb for a long time to come.

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      Lorelei Cohen 4 years ago from Canada

      @Titia: We have tons of mosquitoes where I grew up so when you go into the garden you find them there and quickly lol.

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      Titia Geertman 4 years ago from Waterlandkerkje - The Netherlands

      Congrats on your LOTD, but I really don't know what mosquitoes have to do with rhubarb.

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      Ann Hinds 4 years ago from So Cal

      Mine is growing really well and we do eat it.

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      Colin323 4 years ago

      Yes, eat it too - and there's not much left for freezing afterwards! It goes well with stem ginger, cooked in a little orange juice.

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      Erin Mellor 4 years ago from Europe

      Sadly not, but I was in Yorkshire this weekend, so picked up the best rhubarb in the world. I won't get to do anything with it for a few days so these freezing tips are perfect.

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      Jeri Baker 4 years ago

      Most years, yes. This year I just did not get around to planting rhubarb...shame on me!

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      Mary Stephenson 4 years ago from California

      I have not had rhubarb in years. Love rhubarb pie, cobbler, crisp, jam and just cooked. Like it raw also. It is especially good with strawberries and rhubarb in a pie. My mother in-law had given me a no cook recipe for rhubarb jam made with jello, I remember it being really good and very easy to do.

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      Lorelei Cohen 4 years ago from Canada

      @SevenSistersRoses: There were six kids in my family and my dad had only an elementary school education so we always had a garden to supplement his income. Not too much went to waste with eight mouths to feed

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      Kay 4 years ago

      Other than in pie, I don't believe I've ever had rhubarb. Going to remedy that! Congratulations on LotD. You put together a beautiful page!

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      SevenSistersRoses 4 years ago

      Always wanted to try Rhubarb jam, but I've never heard of a recipe seen it eaten any other way. Thought it wasn't very popular.

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      hkhollands 4 years ago

      Congratulations on lens of the day! I don't grow my own rhubarb, but I get some from my dad's garden. I l love it.

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      Pat Goltz 4 years ago

      I like tart, but not rhubarb or turnip. Must be a body chemistry thing. On the other hand, the last thing I need is something laxative, and this may have turned me off when I was really little. Thanks for the information. The recipe sounds nice; may try it with something else. Also won't include the sugar. And margarine is made from vegetable oils, most of which are genetically engineered these days. I stick to butter.

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      Raymond Eagar 4 years ago

      Good lens , my mom made rhubarb pie and I loved it .

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      Wilf Catt 4 years ago from Leicester, England

      When cooking rhubarb, add some Angelica to offset the rhubarb's tartness.

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      Renaissance Woman 4 years ago from Colorado

      Would love to have some rhubarb to bake up in a pie right about now. More than reason enough to keep frozen rhubarb in the freezer all year long. Just stopping back by to congratulate you on LotD. Very pleased for you, my friend.

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      SusanAston 4 years ago

      The leaves are dangerous. But if you boil them up in a stained saucepan, they will clean the saucepan really well.

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      KnitnPurlGirl 4 years ago

      I usually use it in muffins or I cook it up with strawberries. A good lens!

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      lionmom100 4 years ago

      I love rhubarb, but once had to kill a plant that was taking over the world. Would love to have some again, but I'm leery of its expansionist tendencies. I'm looking for a spot in my garden for one. It's is very pretty too.

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      Peter Badham 4 years ago from England

      Can't believe nobody has mentioned Rhubarb Crumble (or is that a real English thing?). Anyway, they don't have it in Mallorca, introduced it my friends there and they loved it! Can see a frozen exporting business happening with your tips :)

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I don't grow Rhubarb but I am a fan of Strawberry Rhubarb pie. Congratulations on getting LotD!

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      philipcaddick 4 years ago

      I would love to grow it, I need to find someone with some plants that they can split up for me . Some very useful information in this Lens. Thanks

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      Shelly Sellers 4 years ago from Midwest U.S.A.

      My son had a taste of rhubarb pie at a friend's house yesterday and loved it!

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      Stephen J Parkin 4 years ago from Pine Grove, Nova Scotia, Canada

      I used to grow rhubarb in England, but have not given it a try in Canada. It likes sunny areas but tends to take over and then shade all the other plants. It is a rheum and will grow other plats from the roots and hence tends to take over. We really should grow it as we have horses and it loves horse manure to grow in. I am glad you got the Lotd for such an informative lens. Added bonus recipe too!

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      sybil watson 4 years ago

      This brings back memories of my mom's delicious strawberry/rhubarb pie. Congratulations on being awarded LOTD.

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      amosvee 4 years ago

      I have a lot of rhubarb available in my late father's garden, but I'm afraid I've let it go too long. Is it ok, as long as it isn't visibly woody?

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      ConnieGreen LM 4 years ago

      I have just recently become a fan of rhubarb, so I appreciate your information here.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Really awesome lens. Congratulations for the LOTD!

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      WeaselPuppy 4 years ago

      Now I want to go plant some rhubarb! I keep looking for garden plants I won't kill.

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      Otto Phillips 4 years ago

      I like strawberry rhubarb pie and the crisp you have shown here looks delicious. Congrats on Lens of the Day!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      We live in an apartment, so no we don't grow rhubarb, but I wouldn't turn it down if someone who grows more than they can handle would offer me some. Sometimes I buy a little bit and put it with strawberries in a pie. Love rhubarb!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      i like fruits.dishes made with the fruits i love to eat.

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      ChristyZ 4 years ago

      This is great, I freeze bread, cookies, berries...just about everything...but it never occurred to me that I could freeze rhubarb, lol. This is terrific info and I love the rhubarb crisp recipe. :)

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      Art-Aspirations 4 years ago

      Yes, I love rhubarb. I planted it in my community garden. Bonus - it's low in calories, high in fibre and has a very low glycemic load. I sweeten mine with stevia so there are no added sugar calories.

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      Lorelei Cohen 4 years ago from Canada

      @BarbaraCasey: I make apple and rhubarb pie. My mom though always made strawberry rhubarb jam and it was so good. The two compliment each other beautifully.

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      BarbaraCasey 4 years ago

      Strawberry-rhubarb pie. Nothing better. Congrats on LOTD!

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      Lorelei Cohen 4 years ago from Canada

      @delia-delia: I find that too with the rhubarb beside our garden. The only good news is that we harvest early before the other plants get high. The leaves of the rhubarb are so huge.

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      Susan Hazelton 4 years ago from Summerfield, Florida

      I had no idea that you could freeze rhubarb. I'll have to try it. I dearly love strawberry rhubarb pie.

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      Delia 4 years ago

      Congratulations on LOTD! Love rhubarb...the shade has taken over on my plants, they don't get big real sunshine area to replant

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      diegocomercio 4 years ago

      nice, interesting, informative. great lens

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      greytdogz 4 years ago

      I love rhubarb. And fresh from the garden is the best. Whenever I've had a rhubarb plant, I've always picked it. When I had too much, I'd use some, freeze some, and give some away. Strawberry Rhubarb pie is one of my favorites. Thank you for a great lens.

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      Laura Hofman 4 years ago from Naperville, IL

      Great tips! I don't currently have any rhubarb growing in my garden, but now I have a craving for it! Like your idea of chopping it and adding sugar before freezing.

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      Wilf Catt 4 years ago from Leicester, England

      In Yorkshire, England rhubarb is force grown in the dark in large sheds. The area is known as the "Rhubarb Triangle" . It's a fascinating horticultural practice. Take a look at:

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      Faye Rutledge 4 years ago from Concord VA

      I've never grown rhubarb. Great info, enjoyed the lens. Congratulations on LotD!

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      Alan Katz 4 years ago from Florida

      Thanks for sharing this lens. I didn't know a lot of this.

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      Anthony Altorenna 4 years ago from Connecticut

      My sister-in-law uses fresh rhubarb in her strawberry pie, and it is a summertime favorite. Congratulations on LOTD!

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      Bercton1 4 years ago

      I don't grow it but I certainly buy it and its product.Your lens is very inspiring and full of great details. Congratulation on LOTD! well done!

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      writerkath 4 years ago

      I'm really glad to see your lens on this! Just yesterday, a friend was over for dinner, and we were walking around the yard, and I pointed out my rhubarb plant. I kind of sighed, saying, "I just don't really know what to do with it!" But, you have given me some inspiration today! I'll go get those stems and process them!! I don't want to continue to waste a perfectly good plant! Congratulations on this LoTD which just helped me greatly!

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      lionmom100 4 years ago

      I love rhubarb but don't current'y have a plant. We have been thinking of buying one. They are pretty ornamentally too.

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      donjohnsonis lm 4 years ago

      I love rhubarb, but didn't know how to freeze it. Thanks, Don

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      Lorelei Cohen 4 years ago from Canada

      @anonymous: I know that a lot of people tend to not harvest the rhubarb because they are not sure that they can use it. It is very simply to put in the freezer though or if you ask around there is always someone who love to have it. It makes delicious pies, crisps, and jam.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Our home had a rhubarb plant when we moved in. Have never done anything with it. We should...

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      Jogalog 4 years ago

      My parents used to and I loved it. Unfortunately my husband doesn't like it.

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      Scott A McCray 4 years ago

      Rhubarb there's a happy childhood memory!

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      Kathryn Grace 4 years ago from San Francisco

      It's rhubarb season, so I wanted to stop back by and refresh my memory on freezing rhubarb. Thanks so much for providing this useful page.

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      nifwlseirff 4 years ago

      I don't grow my own (yet), but some others in my family do. I came looking for how to store (a good 4kg!) of rhubarb - thank you for the freezing tips!

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      Rob Hemphill 4 years ago from Ireland

      I don't grow rhubarb now but used to, I miss not being able to harvest it when I want to and should eat more of it - nothing better than rhubarb and custard!

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      gradientcat 5 years ago

      We get lots of rhubarb in the summer. I'll have to try freezing some.

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      sheilamarie78 5 years ago

      I miss my freezer. It's so much easier to freeze produce than to can. We live off-grid and only have solar power. Maybe one day I'll be able to afford a solar freezer and then I'll freeze extra rhubarb. I'd better start planting extra rhubarb plants now, because right now we eat all we harvest.

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      Pam Irie 5 years ago from Land of Aloha

      I like your suggestion of freezing rhubarb in assorted quantities to be used as needed.

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      poutine 5 years ago

      I used to...but not anymore.

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      bechand 5 years ago

      a friend brings it into work frequently (that time of year) and I never know what to do with it or how to keep it ...THANKS

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      Lorelei Cohen 5 years ago from Canada

      @hartworks lm: When you get to much rhubarb you can always give some to family, friends, or to your local food bank. Rhubarb is also great for selling at the local fall fairs because it has such a wonderful country atmosphere to it and the items that it is baked into.

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      Lorelei Cohen 5 years ago from Canada

      @Melissa Miotke: Rhubarb really adds that little extra flavor to baked goods so I always keep it in the freezer to add in with my apple dessert recipes.

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      Melissa Miotke 5 years ago from Arizona

      I don't but I would love to have it. I really enjoy rhubarb.

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      Lorelei Cohen 5 years ago from Canada

      @Joan Haines: Rhubarb certainly adds a nice zing to apple crisp and apple pie recipes. I have been asked many times why my baking tastes so good and I always say that it is the rhubarb added in that makes the difference.

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      Lorelei Cohen 5 years ago from Canada

      @anonymous: Thank you Tipi those rhubarb popsicles sound delicious and nutritious. With how hot much of the country has been homemade popsicles are a great way to cool off. I'll pop your rhubarb making tip into a black box module as this comment sinks down. Love you darling.

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      Lorelei Cohen 5 years ago from Canada

      @anonymous: Once you plant rhubarb it will grow back every year. All you have to do is trim back the remnants of the plant at the end of the year because the leaves get so huge and can make a mess if it is left to rot in the garden.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I don't have rhubarb in my garden but want to plant it next year :) We started with the garden last year and it's growing since then :) Gardening is so much work - I love it!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I just had to stop by and tell you of another way to freeze rhubarb that my sister was telling me she tried this year. Shell loves frozen fruit bars but not the price and had been making rhubarb sauce and came up with the idea to make it into rhubarb fruit bars. She picked up some of those popsicle or fruit bar forms you can buy almost anywhere and was in business. So far, she had only used the plain rhubarb sauce with a little sugar and cinnamon but thought she might try some with strawberry and rhubarb.

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      Joan Haines 5 years ago

      No, but I always try to get some whenever I can. I love the stuff!

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      ForestBear LM 5 years ago

      just returning for another visit to this wonderful resource

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      hartworks lm 5 years ago

      We grow a LOT of rhubarb and usually make it into jam with our garden strawberries or sometimes other fruits... mango-rhubarb had an exotic flavor. .. then we freeze the jams. But sometimes the rhubarb gets ahead of us. VERY good to know how easy the rhubarb is to freeze by itself!

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      SquidooDolls 5 years ago

      My mom grows rhubarb and I was wondering if it would freeze, thanks!

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      steph-naylor 5 years ago

      Great Lens! I love Rubarb! Thanks ever so much! Iâm definitely going to recommend your Lens to my friends!

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      UKGhostwriter 5 years ago

      As a kid I would sneak a bowl of sugar and hide in our rubarb patch! - great lens!!

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      jseven lm 5 years ago

      This is a great lens about freezing rhubarb. I am sharing it and blessing it, too!