Freezing is an excellent way to preserve fresh vegetables at home. Freezing does not sterilize food; the extreme cold simply retards growth of microorganisms and slows down changes that affect quality or cause spoilage in food.
Cooperative Extension Service College of Agriculture and Home Economics N E W M E X I C O S T A E U N I V E R S I T Y T Freezing Vegetables Guide E-320 Revised by Martha Archuleta, Food and Nutrition Specialist This publication is scheduled to be updated and reissued 1/08.
Copyright © 2009, The Ohio State University Family and Consumer Sciences HYG-5333-09 Freezing Vegetables F reezing is a simple, easy, and convenient way to preserve vegetables.
HE-187 Freezing Vegetables Karen Heller Joye M. Bond Food & Nutrition Specialist Nutrition Specialist Fresh, tender vegetables right from the garden are best
Fact Sheet No. Food and Nutrition Series| Preparation by P. Kendall* Freezing is an excellent way to preserve fresh vegetables. The quality of frozen vegetables depends on the quality of the fresh products and how they are handled from the time they are picked until they are ready to eat.
FCS3-335 Freezing Vegetables Washing and Sorting Washing is the first step in preparing most vegetables for freezing. Wash them thoroughly in cold water.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES PNW 214 • Reprinted September 2008 A Pacific Northwest Extension Publication Oregon State University • Washington State University • University of Idaho
FREEZING: FRUITS and VEGETABLES WHEN THE FREEZER GOES OFF 1. Keep the freezer closed. A fully loaded freezer should keep food frozen for 1 or 2 days if the door isn't opened.
UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE Cooperative Extension Ser. vice Family , Youth and 4-H Education Freezing V. egetables Dr. Pamela L. Brady
FREEZING FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Peggy VanLaanen Freezing is a simple and fast method of home food preservation that maintains the natural color, fresh flavor and nutrient value of most fruits and vegetables.