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Old 09-18-2009, 02:33 AM
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Freezing Apples

Here is a way to freeze apples if you find yourself with to many this fall.


Freezing Apples
I had a lot of extra apples a couple of years ago. I peeled and sliced them like I would for a pie and froze them on cookie sheets so that they were loose. I put them in gallon bags and when I needed apples for a pie, I just used what I needed. The pies were delicious and no one ever guessed that the apples had been frozen.
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I've done that as well Charlotte but dipped them in lemon juice water before freezing to help keep the color true.

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I just did the same thing the other day. I freeze mine in smaller bags--about 4-5 cups per bag.
I also use lemon juice or a salt water solution to dip my cut apples in in so they don't turn brown.
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Hey,Thanks for sharing this!

this is really helpful.. I think I'll do this technique!


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