When freezing fruits, speed is important to minimize the deterioration of nutritional value, flavor and appearance. Do not leave fruits soaking in water to clean them for freezing. Because leaving sliced and peeled fruit... More »

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To freeze bananas, peel and slice the fruit and place on a baking sheet. Freeze the bananas for one hour. Remove the bananas from the freezer, place partially frozen pieces in an airtight freezer bag and return bananas t... More »

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To freeze peaches, blanch the fruit first. Then remove the skin and the pit and slice the peaches. Place the peaches in a container and cover them with water, leaving room at the top. Seal the container and place it in t... More »

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To freeze bananas, peel and slice the fruit and place on a baking sheet. Freeze the bananas for one hour. Remove the bananas from the freezer, place partially frozen pieces in an airtight freezer bag and return bananas t... More »

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Prepare persimmons for cooking by removing the calyx, peeling the skin and cutting the fruit into segments. After that, you can broil, slow-cook or puree them, eat them out of hand, or dry them. More »

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Huckleberry, honeydew melon, huito and horned melon are fruits that start with the letter "H." Hawthorn trees also produce round fruits that resemble apples and are often referred to as "haws" or "hawthorn fruit." More »

Fruit dryers preserve fruit so it can be kept for prolonged lengths of time, while retaining some, or all, of its nutritional value. A dryer is more efficient than using an oven and faster and easier than simply leaving ... More »

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