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Post by momagarry on Sat Oct 24, 2009 8:21 pm

I always buy onions, green peppers and other produce in bulk. To make sure nothing goes to waste, I'll set aside a few that I plan to use soon. For the rest, I'll wash them, chop into strips and cubes, and then store them in freezer containers. When you need to make a recipe fast, you can just open the freezer, take what you need, seal it back up and save the rest for the next hectic day!

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Post by Deedee on Sat Oct 24, 2009 8:30 pm

Yeah, a lot of people don't realize that as far as this type of produce is concerned it can be chopped and frozen as is, no need to blanch or prepare it any special way.


Thanks...good advice!
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Post by jersma on Sat Oct 24, 2009 8:53 pm

I have been using the Debbie Meyer Green BOXES for bread, strawberries, lettuce and bananas and they work great! The bags never worked for me. It is just me and I hate to waste anything.
I always freeze the tomatoes from my garden. That way come the cool months, I can make sauce with fresh home grown tomatoes.
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