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How do you freeze sugar snap peas?

How do you freeze fresh sugar snap peas?
asked Aug 11, 2013 by anonymous






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Right after harvest, it is best to clean the snap peas, then when partially dry (not fully dry but not dripping with water either), place them is a paper bag then into the freezer.  The paper, will allow them to freeze naturally, you also might want to consider placing a small amount of follage from the snap peas also in the bag, just prior to freezing, and do not nover stuff the bag, give the peas a little room to expand and ****** during the process, this will ensure a tasty meal when  thawed.
answered Jan 28 by Birdymckee (23,440 points)

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