Freezing Fruits and Vegetables at Home. Adapted from: Cooperative Extension Service College of Family and Consumer Sciences University of Georgia. MARTHA SMITH PATNOAD, MS, CP-FS CE FOOD SAFETY EDUCATION SPECIALIST 401-874-2960 firstname.lastname@example.org NICOLE RICHARD, MS RESEARCH ASSISTANT
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MARTHA SMITH PATNOAD, MS, CP-FS
CE FOOD SAFETY EDUCATION SPECIALIST
NICOLE RICHARD, MS
DEPT OF NUTRITION AND FOOD SCIENCES
UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND
1. Freeze foods at 0oF or lower.
- Always defrost in the refrigerator
- Cut several holes in the
the bag is not
broccoli and asparagus
-“Fruit Fresh” and others
- Have some other added ingredients.
-Follow package directions to obtain correct strength
Do not work as well:
such as berries that don’t need sugar.
Use specific directions.
Work in small quantities.
kettle with basket and lid.