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Preserving Food: Freezing Vegetables
... texture. Blanching cleanses the surface of dirt and organisms, brightens the color and helps retard loss of vitamins. Blanching also wilts or softens vegetables and makes them easier to pack. Blanching time is ... and start counting blanching time as soon as the water returns to a boil. Keep heat high for the time given in the directions for the vegetables you are freezing. Steam Blanching -- Heating ...
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Watch Your Garden Grow - Brussels Sprouts
... boil in a blanching pot. Blanch one pound of Brussels sprouts at a time. Start counting blanching time as soon as the water returns to a boil. Blanch small heads 3 minutes, medium heads 4 minutes and large heads 5 minutes. To cool, plunge the blanching ... water. Cooling should take the same amount of time as blanching, depending on the size of the heads. ...
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Watch Your Garden Grow - Collards
... upon thawing and cooking. The blanching time for collard greens is 3-4 minutes per pound. In a blanching pot or large pot with a ... the sink. Remove collards from water with a slotted spoon or blanching basket. Emerge in the ice water bath for five minutes or ... Remember to always bring water back to a rolling boil before blanching more vegetables. The bitter flavor of cooked collards is enhanced when ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - CACODYLIC ACID
... inhalation LC50 for cacodylic acid in rats is 3.9 mg/L [58]. Chronic toxicity: Blanching or flushing of the skin (especially of the fingers), cirrhosis of the liver, atrophy of ... for arsenic [8]. Reproductive effects: Large dietary doses of cacodylic acid for extended periods of time decrease fertility. Male rats fed 226 mg/kg/day for 3 weeks showed reduced sperm ...
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Harvesting Garden Peas
... s time to shell? The enthusiasm may tend to wane. One method we used when shelling peas for freezing was blanching. It saved a lot of time ... peas for your next meal, they now require very little cooking time to be completely cooked. Freezing Peas: Once you are finished shelling all ... , and encourage others to join you. You'll be amazed at time that is saved and the fun you may have. REFERENCES: Tips ...
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Vegetable Harvest Hints
... from store bought produce. Many vegetables not picked at the optimum time are stringy, woody, and tasteless, nullifying all the hard work and ... not get out of hand. Surplus broccoli can be frozen after blanching. Brussels sprouts: Start picking the lower sprouts at 2.5-4 ... easily penetrates, the pumpkin is ripe enough for storage. By this time, the vines will usually be drying. If the pumpkin is not ...
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Cauliflower
... mid-season with fish or seaweed feltilizer is a good idea. Older cauliflower types required "blanching"--having their leaves tied over the developing head to shield it from direct sun--to ... this site Site Front Page an Apologia: why one should cultivate one's garden First-time visitors: please, start here! Introduction Our Climate-- Our Location (USDA Zone Map) Daily Weather Table ...
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Leek
... the desired stalk, and blanches the stalk (also considered desireable). Be aware, however, that such blanching, though it makes the stalks slightly more tender, also causes a material reduction of minerals ... this site Site Front Page an Apologia: why one should cultivate one's garden First-time visitors: please, start here! Introduction Our Climate-- Our Location (USDA Zone Map) Daily Weather ...
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Growing Broccoli and Cauliflower in the Home Garden, HYG-1605-92
... the fertilizer thoroughly into the soil about two weeks before planting time. A liquid starter fertilizer applied to the transplants at time of planting will help get them off to a good ... -Blanche using a 12-inch spacing for support and effective blanching. Violet Queen is a purple-headed cultivar that does not require blanching. Planting Suggestions All cole crops are frost tolerant. Broccoli ...
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Cardoon, Commercial Vegetable Production Guides, North Willamette Research and Extension Center
... available, worked in before planting. Nitrogen: 60-100 (N) lb/acre - Apply all at one time in early spring before buds begin to form. Phosphorus: 100-200 (P205) lb/acre - Broadcast ... to blanch the leaf stalks or petioles. Generally 4-5 weeks may be needed for blanching. Harvest commences about 120 to 150 days after planting. The blanched plant parts are harvested ...
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