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Preserving Food: Freezing Vegetables
... the lid is on. Steam blanch for the time recommended for each vegetable. Microwave Blanching -- Microwave blanching is not recommended. Research has shown that some enzymes may not be inactivated. ... by microwave blanching, work in small quantities, using the directions for your specific microwave oven. Microwave blanching has not been shown to save time or energy. Cooling As soon as blanching is ...
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Ask Extension Database, NDSU Extension Service
... the color of green vegetables. Blanching sufficiently wilts vegetables like spinach and chard so they pack better. Without blanching, the flavor in vegetables changes noticeably. Blanching is simple. To blanch in ... about the same amount of time as blanching, then drain well and package for freezing. You can use your microwave oven to blanch vegetables, but blanching times are longer than when you ...
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The Gardener's Network - A to Z's of Home Gardening: Freezing Homegrown Fruits and Vegetables
... activity altogether, we turn our attention to blanching. Blanching Vegetables should be blanched prior to freezing. The most common methods are boiling and steaming. Blanching in the microwave is also increasing in use. Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Add your vegetables, and boil or steam. For blanching times, see ...
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Tips for Beginning Cooks: Spring Vegetables
... off the cob or from a frozen bag, zucchini and all summer squash. You can microwave vegetables for the same result you’d get if you’d steamed them in a ... up. You can boil them quickly in salted boiling water, which is a technique called blanching, for a tender-crunchy effect, but you’d have to pay the energy company and ...
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