How Do I Freeze Persimmon Pulp?

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To freeze persimmon pulp, first you need to puree the persimmon flesh using a food processor or a blender. Add at least 1/8 teaspoon of ascorbic acid. Use a container which is meant for freezing, pour the puree and cover it tightly. The life span for frozen persimmon pulp is around 10 to 12 months.
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How to Freeze Persimmon Pulp
Ripe persimmons can offer a vibrant burst of flavor contained in relatively few calories. A single persimmon offers about 32 total calories, of which only one is from fat, according to SELF NutritionData. But these flavorful fruits do not stay good for... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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