I plan to try some this week, since I've read how much better it is than frozen rhubarb which simply turns to mush. (Which is okay for some rhubarb recipes like strawberry-rhubarb pie.)
This evening I picked about 20 humongous stalks (4.5 pounds) from just one of my 3 plants, plenty enough for some rhubarb BBQ sauce. I'll save one of the other 2 plants for rhubarb turnovers, and dehydrate the rest.
Thanks much, It does sound good. I've copied it and will pass it on to my MN kinfolk... or perhaps snag some rhubarb when home.
It will not grow here. Knew one old fellow that loved a gardening challenge. He would dig his up and keep it in the freezer over winter. He managed to keep it alive for a few years but it never really thrived. Yours will improve and multiply yearly.