How to Freeze Turnips?

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Freezing turnips is a simple process that requires very little preparation. Turnips should be selected that are small to medium in size and that are optimum quality. The turnips should then be thoroughly washed and peeled and then chopped into small 1/2 inch cubes. Once washed, peeled and chopped the turnip cubes should be blanched in water for approximately two minutes then taken from the water to cool.
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