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Article: Preserving the Bounty, a Summary of Food Preservation (Part 2): eggplant

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glenwood6
Blackville, SC

September 1, 2008
12:05 AM

Post #5492092

Hello, I'm trying figure out how to blanch and freeze eggplant. How do you start this process, I allot of eggplant this year out of the garden,hate to throw it away after I put it in the freg. for couple of day(s). How can I blanch or freeze the eggplant? Sincerely, glenwood6

paulgrow

paulgrow
Allen Park, MI
(Zone 6a)

September 1, 2008
1:00 PM

Post #5493500

The Ball Blue Book has a recipe for freezing it, blanch for 4 minutes, add citric acid and freeze.
Check the book for the exact recipe.

Paul

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