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Can You Freeze Papaya?

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Yes, you can freeze papaya. To freeze peel it, slice lengthwise and scoop out the seeds, cut into measurable pieces, pack into heavy duty plastic freezer bags or rigid containers and cover with a 30 percent sugar solution (4 cups water to 2 cups sugar) before setting into the refrigerator. The papaya can freeze for up to ten months.
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1. Seed and peel the papaya before freezing it. Cut the papaya in half lengthwise first, then pull it apart into two sections. Holding the papaya over a garbage can, scoop the seeds
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put it in the freezer.
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You can freeze fresh papaya by peeling the papaya, slicing it lengthwise and scooping out the seeds. You should cut into pieces and pack it into rigid containers ...
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