Tag: freezing

Steamed Oysters

Can You Freeze Oysters?

Freezing seems to be what comes to mind when you find yourself with with way too many oysters. The best tasting oysters grow in cold water, while the general rule of only buying oysters in months that have an “R”...

Updated on February 27, 2017
Butternut squash

Can You Freeze Butternut Squash?

If you’re a big fan of butternut squash, you probably know that it has a short season of availability in the supermarket—usually from September to the end of November. That won’t be a problem because you can easily freeze prepared...

Updated on March 2, 2017
Kale

Can You Freeze Kale?

Harvesting kale from the garden in large quantities may leave you wondering what to do with all of it. The solution is to freeze some of it to enjoy at a later date, but if you love the fresh crisp...

Updated on February 28, 2017
Honey

Can You Freeze Honey?

As with any food you hope to keep fresh for as long as possible, the question whether or not honey can simply be put in the freezer comes to mind. Honey is the timeless nutritional supplement and mealtime sweetener that...

Updated on February 27, 2017
Broccoli florets

Can You Freeze Broccoli?

Not only can you freeze broccoli, but you should! One reason to freeze all vegetables, including broccoli, is to preserve its fresh quality and vitamin content. Another reason that many vegetables, including broccoli, or frozen is to kill any worms...

Updated on March 1, 2017
Rhubarb Stalks

Can You Freeze Rhubarb?

There are several delicious dishes that use rhubarb as an integral ingredient, but it is not always in season. This means that many people think rhubarb is a treat that cannot be enjoyed in cold months. The answer to this...

Updated on March 1, 2017
Halved lemons

Can You Freeze Lemons?

The refreshing citrus sour taste lemons provide to beverages and food dishes makes people want to learn the secret to preserving their delightful flavor and bright yellow color. That secret is simple and it is by freezing lemons handpicked right...

Updated on February 28, 2017
Yemeni Market Dates

Can You Freeze Dates?

Dates are a dried fruit that appear glossy and wrinkled. They don’t need to be frozen to keep their freshness unless you are planning to use them about a year later. Sometimes dates can become so dry that they are...

Updated on February 27, 2017
Planted lettuce

Can You Freeze Lettuce?

Whether you’ve got a bounty of lettuce in your garden or you’ve found an excellent sale at your local market, there’s only so much lettuce you can eat before the crispy leaves start to go limp and decay. Freezing the...

Updated on March 2, 2017
Strawberries

Can You Freeze Strawberries?

In-season strawberries are available for a short period, so we often overbuy. Freeezing seems to be the easiest way to preserve food which begs the question – can you freeze strawberries? For strawberry lovers, there is nothing like the taste...

Updated on February 28, 2017