Whole apples can be stored in freezer bags, and peeled, cored and sliced apples can be frozen on a tray and transferred to a freezer bag. To prevent browning, coat the apple slices in lemon juice, salt water or an ascorb... More »

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To freeze peeled apples, wash the apple first, then peel it completely. Core the apple and cut it into slices for the best results. Use an apple coring gadget and a peeling gadget. Tools like swivel peelers work very wel... More »

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Fresh apples can be frozen, but freezing will change the apple's texture. Frozen apples are not well suited for being eaten raw but can be used in baked dishes. More »

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The simplest freezing technique is to store chives in an airtight freezer bag after squeezing out all excess air; you can also chop the chives into 1/4-inch sections and layer them into an ice cube tray with a little wat... More »

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To freeze peeled apples, wash the apple first, then peel it completely. Core the apple and cut it into slices for the best results. Use an apple coring gadget and a peeling gadget. Tools like swivel peelers work very wel... More »

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To freeze apples, choose the right type of apple for freezing, decide between cutting them up or freezing whole, and freeze them in an appropriate container. To prevent browning of the cut apples, soak them in a solution... More »

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To properly freeze blueberries, place dry, unwashed blueberries in a plastic bag or in their original container, and put them in the freezer. Fresh berries work best with this method. More »

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