Freezing Fresh Vegetables

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Freezing Fresh Vegetables

Postby jamesndawson » Thu Jan 10, 2013 3:50 pm

I've read kale's very nutritious, so I've been eating it often for the last year or so. I usually steam it. But it seems to get light/old pretty quickly, so I was thinking of cutting it up and putting it in the freezer, taking it out as needed. I can't see why this would be a problem. I do it with fresh blueberries. But just to be on the safe side, I thought I'd ask about it. Is it an okay idea? Any problems, caveats at all about it?
I wonder why they don't sell kale frozen, like they do spinach & other greens. Is kale best eaten cooked or raw? I suppose there'd be advantages to both.
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Re: Freezing Fresh Vegetables

Postby loveliberate » Fri Jan 11, 2013 8:33 am

I just saw frozen kale for the first time that I can remember. I am pretty sure some folks in Sweden mentioned having frozen kale in the stores there. I suspect that it is just not yet eaten commonly enough for it to be commonly available frozen...
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Re: Freezing Fresh Vegetables

Postby Koa » Fri Jan 11, 2013 11:41 am

Luckily the Dutch are nuts about kale and you can buy it frozen here in unlimited quantities. We eat it raw and cooked.
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