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How to Freeze Eggs

It’s either feast or famine when it comes to eggs around our homestead… After the long, egg-less wait while our chicks matured, we are currently slammed with eggs. Blue ones, brown ones, little ones, big ones, double yolkers… Eggs everywhere. But eventually our chickens will molt and we will be hard...

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I have been doing this for a loong time now (pressure cooker method) and always have a stock of my favorites -- black-eyed peas; black turtle beans, chick peas (garbanzo beans) and white beans in the freezer. I can't even stand the taste of the canned ones!

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    With my pressure cooker, esp for black eye, navy and turtle beans, I basicially just bring it to pressure for 2 minutes MAX, turn off the heat and let it reduce. after that, drain the beans, rinse in cold water through the colander, and let them dry out in the colander overnight. I freeze them in the 2 cup portions