Thursday, September 3, 2009

CAN I FREEZE BLACKBERRY?

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You can! This fruit should be freeze fresh or in purée. Wash the fresh blackberries, dry and freeze in plastics bags.
You also can simmer, crush and sift, freezing after this process. It'll be perfect in creams, mousses and ice creams.

Durability: 1 year.

10 comments:

  1. Yes, yes, I freeze blackberries, raspberries, strawberries and blueberries all the time. When I don't wash them first, I put a note on the container that they should be washed before using.

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  2. Just getting to know your blog. You have so many wonderful dishes and tips.

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  3. hmmnn.. I just wish I could get fresh blackberries here..

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  4. I love blackberries. I puree them or freeze them like that in the freezer to use indesserts or sauces, etc.

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  5. Great advice! I freeze blueberries and I don't wash them. This prevents the berries from icing and sticking together. Of course, they are washed when I use them for cooking or just eating enjoyment.

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  6. I am about to head out to pick some blackberries, so this is great to know!

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  7. I bought an upscale vacuum packer a few years ago- wonderful investment for freezing foods and having them last even longer!

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  8. Freezing berries is the best way to capture summer in a bag and keep enjoying it all year long!

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  9. I was trying to lose weight and have been going on for 8 hours already and want to eat what I see *drool* //Hugz Bambi

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