Occasionally freezing food, is preferable to canning or dehydrating. Freezing Food is another great way to preserve it.
Freezing apples is a great way to enjoy them later in the year. There's more to it than just putting them in the freezer, though.
Frozen bananas are a treat all by themselves but are equally delicious when cut into sundaes, oatmeal, or used for making banana bread.
Frozen cherries are easy to do but can use a lot of freezer space while processing. Make sure you have room!
Freezing corn both on or off the cob requires processing to ensure your corn doesn't dry out or go stale.
Freezing green beans is one of the best ways to ensure you're keeping the nutrients intact. They require being blanched beforehand!
Three best methods for freezing herbs. Though all herbs can be frozen or dried, some herbs freeze better than dehydrating.
Freezing peas takes a bit more effort than just tossing it into a bag and then the freezer but it's worth it!
Freezing peppers is something that pays for itself in the middle of winter. They can be added to so many dishes!
Rhubarb is one of those things that can become quickly overwhelming. By the time it's ready to be picked, you're busy with other things in the garden. Freezing is a great way to preserve it for later.
When it comes to freezing spinach (and other greens), there's only one way to ensure it will last.
Strawberries are one of those fruits that you can freeze in multiple ways. Click here to learn more about freezing strawberries.
Freezing tomatoes no blanching required. Just pop them in the freezer and watch what happens when you take them out.
Ever have a craving for zucchini bread in February? By freezing some, you can have it whenever you want!
Freezing parsnips: Root crops like turnips and parsnips are easy to freeze prepared for roasting and for use in recipes when you take it out of the freezer.
Freezing raspberries is probably the best way to preserve red raspberries, since they don't hold up to canning as well as other fruit.