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i was just lying in bed as i do thinking to myself... i wonder if you can freeze all fruit? i know that you can freeze raspberries and melons but im not sure on other fruit? and if so do you freeze the fruit befor or after its ripened?
and so you got out of bed to ask that?
i don't think bananas are, errrmm i think others are cos i used to freeze poached and pureed fruits when weaning dd.
yes i think they all are ok
Hope you can sleep better now!
strawberries are horrible when defrosted, like pink slugs
apar for bananas and paw paw
oh I freeze apples a lot. peeled and cut into chunks. you can make apple crumble without defrosting them - tiny bit of water, few dots of butter, cinnamon, crumble topping, into the oven...
god I sound like a 50s housewife
I've done pineapple chunks in home made lollies and they do go a bit mushy. I freeze all berries (including strawberries) for use in smoothies straight from frozen.
thats great thank you all very much. im going to try that crumble recipy it sounds delish.
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