How to Blanch and Freeze Green Beans.?


1. Select green beans to freeze. Choose young, tender beans with a bright green color and firm, crisp pods that snap easily. Rinse your green beans in cold water, discarding those showing blemishes, wilt, decaying spots or bruises. 2. Snap the stem
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Wash and cut the green beans. Bring water to a boil (double the quantity of the beans). Add the beans to the boiling water and let them boil for 3 minutes only drain them and run
1. Place a large pot of water on the stove to boil (at least twice as much water by volume as the amount of beans you want to blanch) 2. Pick off the stems. No need to actually snap
Have water boiling in a large pot. Add beans and return to boil, and boil for 3 minutes. Remove immediately from water and place in large container of ice water. Beans will take at
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