How to Freeze Brussel Sprouts?

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You can just freeze raw brussel sprouts without blanching them first. Wash them well and trim any brown leaves. Place in freezer bags, and you don't have to leave headroom.
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The best way to freeze brussel sprouts is to take off the sprouts from the stalk. Then cut away any excess and wash them. A washing them place them into a freezer storage bag.
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1. Wash Brussels sprouts using cold water. . 2. Trim and remove outer leaves. 3. Boil water in a large blanching pot. Use a large pot and a wire basket that fits in the pot if you
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Start inside at least 4 weeks prior to the last expected frost in your area if you are starting from a seed. They take 85 to 90 days to reach maturity, so risking direct seeding in
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1 Sow your seeds in seed pots. Do this approximately 5 to 6 weeks before you want to transplant them into your garden. Plant the seeds 1/2 inch (1.25 cm) deep. You can keep seed pots
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brussell sprouts are generally grown through winter but are now being engineered to grow all year round, so they are in season pretty much all the time.
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