Corn Freeze corn. Blanch the ears by boiling them for 3-4 min. Plunge into cold water. After cooling, scrape the kernels off the cob. Put meal-size portions of the cut kernels into plastic freezer bags. If you prefer your winter corn on the cob, blanch the fresh ears for 6 minutes, then freeze the whole ears. When you're ready to serve them, just steam the frozen ears for another 6 minutes.
How to Freeze Fresh Basil and Ideas for Using Frozen Basil
Now that we have our cucumber plants in the ground I’m already thinking about all of the ways I can use them in salads and other recipes to consume them. My favorite way to eat cucumbers though is as pickles! Not to mention pickling is a great way to preserve your harvest past their shelf …
Preserving Herbs How to You can enjoy herbs during the winter by preserving your abundance of summer herb plants. You'll not only add a fresh burst of flavor to your soups, stews, and sauces -- you'll also save money!